How to use 'zip function in python' in Python

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179def _PythonUnzip(self):
180 """Unzip a file using the python zipfile module."""
181 ziplocal = None
182 try:
183 ziplocal = zipfile.ZipFile(self._zipfile_name)
184 ziplocal.extractall()
185 finally:
186 if ziplocal is not None:
187 ziplocal.close()
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196def mapzip(func, a, b):
197 """
198 Applies a function over the zip of iterables a and b,
199 giving back an object of the same type as a. That is,
200 c[i] = func(a[i], b[i]).
201
202 Warning: this is not meant to be applied to a tensor --it will not work
203
204 For example:
205
206 ```
207 from collections import namedtuple
208 from operator import add
209
210 coords = namedtuple("coordinates", ["x", "y"])
211
212 a = coords(1,2)
213 b = coords(2,3)
214
215 c = mapzip(add, a, b) # coordinates(x=2, y=4)
216
217 a = list(a)
218 b = list(b)
219
220 c = mapzip(add, a, b) # [2, 4]
221 ```
222
223 Args:
224 func (callable): a function with two arguments
225 a (iterable; e.g., list or namedtuple)
226 b (iterable; e.g., list or namedtuple)
227
228 Returns:
229 object of type(a)
230
231 """
232 lst = [func(x[0], x[1]) for x in zip(a, b)]
233 if is_namedtuple(a):
234 return type(a)(*lst)
235 return type(a)(lst)

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