I'm fairly sure this will be my second thread to make me facepalm when I realise what I've missed, but oh well.
If I have a list, for example L=[0,1,2,3,4], can I take the values out so that, again for example, t1 = 0, t2=1, etc.? The easy way would obviously be t1=L and so on, but what when the list is generated by user input and the program thus doesn't know the length? I can't see how I'd get a for loop to work in it as that would just keep overwriting the last t value, so in my example t will always end up as 4 with no other values.
Hope I haven't explained that too badly.