I want to fill a list with a instanced class objects, then iterate through the list and call a method of each object with an index to the list. It’s easy in C# but I’m not getting it in Python can anyone help me out!!!
Say we have a list of strings (objects) and we want to call the strip method on all of them when we iterate through the list:
strlist = [... some list of strings ...] for i in xrange(len(strlist)): strcopy = strlist[i].strip()
In short its list_object[index].method().
Note that you can iterate through each item of the list with:
strlist = [... some list of strings ...] for s in strlist: strcopy = s.strip()
You can also iterate through and grab both the index and the item (not very useful for this example, though):
strlist = [.. some list of strings...] for i,s in enumerate(strlist): strcopy = s.strip()