[SATLUG] simple python list question

Don Davis dondavis at reglue.org
Fri May 24 20:07:41 CDT 2013

Ha. Yeah. I was in the process of converting into a string and using the
're' module and splitting, but that didn't seem the most efficient way....

Thank you.

[And the field comes from a JSON so it's appropriate.]

On 05/24/2013 08:05 PM, buddylee48 wrote:
> There are always a million ways to solve this but probably the easiest and
> simplest solution to understand is simply use the simplejson module.
>     import simplejson as json
>     myList = json.loads(row[element])
>  On May 24, 2013 7:57 PM, "Don Davis" <dondavis at reglue.org> wrote:
>> I'm asking these here so as to not get reamed out on StackOverflow.
>> I'm importing data from a CSV.
>> One field has a list with brackets: e.g. ["sally", "bobby"]
>> I've tried flattening the list to no effect. I've tried splitting it at
>> ','. However, it is always seen as a list of single characters.
>> I've seen this behavior before (I think) and I'm not sure how to amend it.
>> ?
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