Re: How to store "3D" data? (data structure question)

Discussion in 'Python' started by Sebastian Bassi, Jul 20, 2005.

  1. On 7/20/05, Cyril Bazin <> wrote:
    > The question of the type of the data sutructure depends of your use of the
    > data.
    > You could avoid some confusion without naming your columns "lines"...


    Yes, that is because they are "plant lines", that is why is called "lines" :)

    > Anyway, here is a piece of code that read the file and count the star on
    > the fly:
    > (The result is a dict of dict of int.)


    THANK YOU, I will check it out!

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