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> from numpy import *

>

> a = zeros((2,40), int)

>

> fields = {}

> field = 10

> fields[field] = '30A', 5

>

> iy = int(fields[field][1])

> ix = int(fields[field][0].rstrip('AB'))

>

> for i in range(2):

> for j in range(iy):

> # put(a,[39 - j],[1]) #1d

>

> Can someone help me figure out how I would do it for multiple rows?
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> I thought,

>

> put(a,[i][39-j],[1])

>

> but,

>

> Traceback (most recent call last):

> put(a,[i][39 - j],[1])

> IndexError: list index out of range
In this case, you don't really want put(). Just use indexing:

for i in range(2):

for j in range(iy):

a[i,39-j] = 1

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