Source code for intent.utils.listutils

'''
Created on Oct 23, 2013

@author: rgeorgi
'''
from unittest import TestCase


[docs]def all_indices(item, seq): matches = [] for i in range(len(seq)): if item == seq[i]: matches.append(i) return matches
[docs]def uniqify (seq, idfun=None): # order preserving """ Given a sequence, return a sequence that contains only the unique items (while preserving the order). :param seq: Sequence to uniqify :param idfun: Function to apply to the instances to determine whether they are "unique" :return: list """ if idfun is None: def idfun(x): return x seen = {} result = [] for item in seq: marker = idfun(item) # in old Python versions: # if seen.has_key(marker) # but in new ones: if marker in seen: continue seen[marker] = 1 result.append(item) return result
[docs]def flatten_list(obj): """ Given a set of embedded lists, return a single, "flattened" list. :param obj: :return: """ if not isinstance(obj, list): return [obj] else: ret_list = [] for elt in obj: ret_list.extend(flatten_list(elt)) return ret_list
[docs]def chunkIt(seq, num): """ Divide a sequence seq into num roughly equal pieces. :param seq: :param num: :return: """ avg = len(seq) / float(num) out = [] last = 0.0 while last < len(seq): out.append(seq[int(last):int(last + avg)]) last += avg return out
[docs]class FlattenTest(TestCase):
[docs] def test_flatten(self): a = [[1,2],[[3,[4,5]]]] b = flatten_list(a) c = [1,2,3,4,5] d = flatten_list(c) self.assertEqual(b,c) self.assertEqual(c,d)