I've got a program that is designed to access a nested list and then print values from a certain column in each sublist. My problem being, I don't know how to edit this to provide more freedom with what values I wish to print out. This is how it looks currently ..
column = [['A', 'A', 'B'], ['B', 'A', ''], ['', '', 'B']] n = 1 columns = list(zip(*column)) print(list(columns[n])) >>> ['A', 'A', '']
I was wondering if it was possible to modify this so I could then, for example, print out the first item in sublist1, second item in sublist2 and third item in sublist 3. Giving me something like..
>>> ['A', 'A', 'B']
My original attempt at this was to to run a for loop and then try appending values through into a new list but I can't figure it out due to my novice knowledge.
Cheers in advance for the help!