opposite of zip()?

Given a bunch of arrays, if I want to create tuples, there is zip(arrays). What if I want to do the opposite: break a tuple up and append the values to given arrays: map(append, arrays, tupl) except there is no ...

Posted On: Monday 26th of November 2012 12:07:55 AM Total Views:  442
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