In article <(EMail Removed)>,
Sven <(EMail Removed)> wrote:
> I was wondering what the best approach for the following might be.
>
> Say you have a list P of points and another list N of other items. You can
> always assume that
>
> len(N) <= len(P)
>
> Now I would like to iterate over P and place one N at each point. However
> if you run out of N I'd like to restart from N[0] and carry on until all
> the points have been populated.
> So far I've got
>
> for point in points:
I'm not completely following what you're trying to do, but I think what
you're looking for is some combination of zip() and itertools.cycle().
pairs = zip(P, cycle(N))
