Sometimes, we can be stuck with a problem in which we are given a stream of space separated numbers with a goal to convert them into a list of numbers. This type of problem can occur in common day-day programming or competitive programming while taking inputs. Let’s discuss certain ways in which this problem can be solved.
Method #1 : Using
list() + split()
The space separated numbers can be converted to list by using a simple
split function that would convert the string to list of numbers and hence solve our problem.
The original string is : 10 12 3 54 6 777 443 The list of stream of numbers : ['10', '12', '3', '54', '6', '777', '443']
Method #2 : Using
map() + split() + list()
Since the drawback of above method is that the conversion doesn’t change the datatype of the unit numbers, so if it’s desired to change the data type of number as well, it is suggested to additionally use
map() to have list of strings as integers.
The original string is : 10 12 3 54 6 777 443 The list of stream of numbers : [10, 12, 3, 54, 6, 777, 443]
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