Method # 1: Using List Comprehension
This is the most naive method to accomplish this particular task, in this method we compute the sum of each index of all possible indexes of the tuple.
The original list is: [(1, 6), (3, 4), (5, 8)] The position summation of tuples: (9, 18)
Method # 2: Using
zip () + sum ()
This the most elegant and pythonic way to accomplish this particular task. In this we concatenate all the indices of an element using
zip () and perform the summation using the sum function.
# Python3 demo code
# summing positions in the list of tuples
# using zip () + sum () code >
# initializing list
# print original list
"The original list is:"
# Summing the position in the list of tuples
# using zip () + sum ()
# print amounts coding
"The position summation of tuples : "
The original list is: [(1, 6), (3, 4), (5, 8)] The position summation of tuples: [9, 18]
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