This feels like something that should be possible in Python, and something that I feel like I should know how to do.
Image I have a list of numbers:
Let's say I wanted iterate over them and define two new variables, a and b.
a= b= for item in items: a.append(item*10) b.append(item*20)
I can also do this in two list comprehensions:
a=[item*10 for item in items] b=[item*20 for item in items]
It feel like I should be able to do this in one single expression. Something like:
a,b=[(item*10),(item*20) for item in items]
Is this possible?