I have a namedtuple like the following,
tup = myTuple ( a=..., b=..., c=..., )
where … could be any value(string, number, date, time, etc). Now, i make a list of these namedtuples and want to find, lets say c=1 and the corresponding value of a and b. Is there any pythonic way of doing this?
Use List Comprehension, like a filter, like this
[[record.a, record.b] for record in records if record.c == 1]
>>> myTuple = namedtuple("Test", ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd']) >>> records = [myTuple(3, 2, 1, 4), myTuple(5, 6, 7, 8)] >>> [[record.a, record.b] for record in records if record.c == 1] [[3, 2]]