I have a list of Latitudes and one of Longitudes and need to iterate over the latitude and longitude pairs.
Is it better to:
A. Assume that the lists are of equal lengths:
for i in range(len(Latitudes)): Lat,Long=(Latitudes[i],Longitudes[i])
for Lat,Long in [(x,y) for x in Latitudes for y in Longitudes]:
(Note that B is incorrect. This gives me all the pairs, equivalent to
Any thoughts on the relative merits of each, or which is more pythonic?
This is as pythonic as you can get:
for lat, long in zip(Latitudes, Longitudes): print(lat, long)
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