10 examples of 'python split list of tuples' in Python

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286def _split_list(value):
287 """Split a string list into parts."""
288 if value:
289 return [p for p in LIST_SEP_RE.split(value) if p]
290 else:
291 return []
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1def split_list(l, parts=1):
2 """
3 Splits a list into even pieces.
4 :param l: list
5 :param parts: number of parts
6 :return: list of lists
7 """
8 length = len(l)
9 return [l[i * length // parts: (i + 1) * length // parts]
10 for i in range(parts)]
30def as_tuple(value):
31 '''
32 Smart cast value to tuple by splittng the input on ",".
33 '''
34 if isinstance(value, tuple):
35 return value
36 return tuple(as_list(value))
37def _itersplit(l, splitters):
38 current = []
39 for item in l:
40 if item in splitters:
41 yield current
42 current = []
43 else:
44 current.append(item)
45 yield current
67def tuple(
68 arg: builtins.str, default: builtins.tuple = None
69) -> Optional[builtins.tuple]:
70 val_list: Optional[List[Any]] = list(arg, default=default)
71
72 if val_list is not None:
73 return builtins.tuple(val_list)
74 else:
75 try:
76 return default
77 except TypeError:
78 return None
233def split_list(self, alist, wanted_parts=1):
234 length = len(alist)
235 return [alist[i*length // wanted_parts: (i+1)*length // wanted_parts]
236 for i in range(wanted_parts)]
6def split(v, *counts):
7 r = []
8 offset = 0
9 for n in counts:
10 if n != 0:
11 r.append(v[offset:offset+n])
12 else:
13 r.append(None)
14 offset += n
15 return tuple(r)
14def split(alist):
15 if len(alist)>1:
16 mid = len(alist)//2
17 lefthalf = split(alist[:mid])
18 righthalf = split(alist[mid:])
19
20 return merge(lefthalf,righthalf)
21 return alist[0]
156def as_list(value):
157 values = as_cr_separated_list(value)
158 result = []
159 for value in values:
160 if isinstance(value, string_types):
161 subvalues = value.split()
162 result.extend(subvalues)
163 else:
164 result.append(value)
165 return result
118def convert_list_comma(s):
119 """
120 Return a list object from the <s>.
121 Consider <s> is comma delimited.
122 """
123 if s is None:
124 return []
125 if isinstance(s, list):
126 return s
127 return [word for word in re.split(r"\s*,\s*", s.strip()) if word != ""]

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