List comprehension question. I’m parsing a text file with data as shown.
sig1 = 1039.0 sig2 = 1034.0, 1035.0, 1036.0
With a bit of string manipulation I’m checking if sig1 has multiple values, If yes I’m iterating and appending into a list else just consider as a float.(Example variable sig2)
To cast each value in sig2 into Int, I’m using list comprehension as shown below.
i_lst = [int(i) for i in sig2]
The issue I’m facing is sometimes sig2 can have only single value and this will be considered as a float variable rather than a list. This messes up the list comprehension and I get below error.
TypeError: 'float' object is not iterable
How do I overcome this within the list comprehension?
sig2 to a list if it’s a
i_lst = [int(i) for i in ([sig2] if isinstance(sig2, float) else sig2)]