Python – Find in list

Find in list

Asked on October 20, 2018 in Python.
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       Finding the primary incidence
               There’s a instruction for that in itertools:

    def first_true(iterable, default=False, pred=None):
        """Returns the first true value in the iterable.
        If no true value is found, returns *default*
        If *pred* is not None, returns the first item
        for which pred(item) is true.
        # first_true([a,b,c], x) --> a or b or c or x
        # first_true([a,b], x, f) --> a if f(a) else b if f(b) else x
        return next(filter(pred, iterable), default)

    For example, the following code finds the first odd number in a list:

    >>> first_true([2,3,4,5], None, lambda x: x%2==1)
    Answered on October 20, 2018.
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    If you would like to seek out one part or None use default in next, it will not raise StopIteration if the item wasn’t found within the list:

    first_or_default = next((x for x in lst if ...), None)


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    While the solution  is pretty comprehensive, once we need to seek out associate degree item in an exceedingly list it’s typically helpful to urge its index:

    next((i for i, x in enumerate(lst) if [condition on x]), [default value])


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