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I want a list that has only one character of a given length.

What I have tried:

I tried something like this but it isn't working:

lst = list(input("list: "))
for i, j in lst:
    if len(j) == len(i):
        lst.remove(j)
print(lst)


I also tried to convert it into set and then intersect by assigning key as len and then subtracting that set from the original set. But set intersection does't has a key so it isn't working. I did something like this:

lst = set(list(input("list: ")))
to_sub = lst.intersection(lst,key = len)
lst = lst - to_sub
print(lst)


How else can I do it? None of this is working.
Posted
Updated 14-Dec-22 5:07am
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CPallini 14-Dec-22 10:59am    
Could you please give us an example of input and expected output?

1 solution

How about a dictionary comprehension[^]?
Python
lst = list(input("list: ").strip().split())
lst = list({len(s): s for s in lst}.values())
print(lst)
NB: You need to split the input value unless you want your list to contain an entry per character, with all entries have a length of 1.
 
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