We filter an array of
ProjectFile objects for a specific
repo. Select attributes of a class using the dot notation.
This returns a filter object, which is a generator. To have a filtered list back you can wrap it in a list constructor.
class ProjectFile: def __init__(self, filename: str, number_of_lines: int, language: str, repo: str, size: int): self.filename = filename self.number_of_lines = number_of_lines self.language = language self.repo = repo self.size = size projects = [ ProjectFile( filename="test1.txt", number_of_lines=1, language="English", repo="repo1", size=1, ), ProjectFile( filename="test2.txt", number_of_lines=2, language="German", repo="repo2", size=2 ), ] res = [project for project in projects if project.repo == "repo1"] print([projects.repo + " " + projects.language for projects in res])
As a very Pythonic alternative you can use list comprehensions:
filtered_arr = [p for p in arr if p.repo == "SomeCocoapod"]
Do comment if you have any doubts and suggestions on this Python code.
Note: IDE: PyCharm 2021.1.3 (Community Edition)
All Python Examples are in Python 3, so Maybe its different from python 2 or upgraded versions.
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