On Jun 9, 2014, at 11:57 AM, Paul Sokolovsky wrote:
> This is very Pythonic, Python is strictly typed language. There's no
> way None could possibly be "inside" a string, so if you're trying to
> look for it there, you're doing something wrong, and told so.
Well, the code we've got is:
hourly_data = [(t if status in 'CSRP' else None) for (t, status) in
where status can be None. I don't think I'm doing anything wrong. I wrote
exactly what I mean :-) We've changed it to:
hourly_data = [(t if (status and status in 'CSRP') else None) for (t,
status) in hours]
but that's pretty ugly. In retrospect, I suspect:
hourly_data = [(t if status in set('CSRP') else None) for (t, status)
is a little cleaner.