# Python | Creating a 3D List

A 3-D List means that we need to make a list that has three parameters to it, i.e., (a x b x c), just like a 3 D array in other languages. In this program we will try to form a 3-D List with its content as “#”. Lets look at these following examples:

```Input :
3 x 3 x 3
Output :
[[['#', '#', '#'], ['#', '#', '#'], ['#', '#', '#']],
[['#', '#', '#'], ['#', '#', '#'], ['#', '#', '#']],
[['#', '#', '#'], ['#', '#', '#'], ['#', '#', '#']]]

Input :
5 x 3 x 2
Output :
[[['#', '#', '#', '#', '#'],
['#', '#', '#', '#', '#'],
['#', '#', '#', '#', '#']],
[['#', '#', '#', '#', '#'],
['#', '#', '#', '#', '#'],
['#', '#', '#', '#', '#']]]
```

## Recommended: Please try your approach on {IDE} first, before moving on to the solution.

 `# Python program to print 3D list ` `# importing pretty printed ` `import` `pprint ` ` `  `def` `ThreeD(a, b, c): ` `    ``lst ``=` `[[ [``'#'` `for` `col ``in` `range``(a)] ``for` `col ``in` `range``(b)] ``for` `row ``in` `range``(c)] ` `    ``return` `lst ` `     `  `# Driver Code ` `col1 ``=` `5` `col2 ``=` `3` `row ``=` `2` `# used the pretty printed function ` `pprint.pprint(ThreeD(col1, col2, row)) `

Output:

```[[['#', '#', '#', '#', '#'],
['#', '#', '#', '#', '#'],
['#', '#', '#', '#', '#']],
[['#', '#', '#', '#', '#'],
['#', '#', '#', '#', '#'],
['#', '#', '#', '#', '#']]]
```

Refer pprint() to get more insight into this topic.

Now let’s suppose we need to merge two 3D lists into one.

 `# Python program to merge two 3D list into one ` `# importing pretty printed ` `import` `pprint ` ` `  `def` `ThreeD(a, b, c): ` `    ``lst1 ``=` `[[ [``'1'` `for` `col ``in` `range``(a)] ``for` `col ``in` `range``(b)] ``for` `row ``in` `range``(c)] ` `    ``lst2``=` `[[ [``'2'` `for` `col ``in` `range``(a)] ``for` `col ``in` `range``(b)] ``for` `row ``in` `range``(c)] ` `    ``# Merging using "+" operator ` `    ``lst ``=` `lst1``+``lst2 ` `    ``return` `lst ` `     `  `# Driver Code ` `col1 ``=` `3` `col2 ``=` `3` `row ``=` `3` ` `  `# used the pretty printed function ` `pprint.pprint(ThreeD(col1, col2, row)) `

Output:

```[[['1', '1', '1'], ['1', '1', '1'], ['1', '1', '1']],
[['1', '1', '1'], ['1', '1', '1'], ['1', '1', '1']],
[['1', '1', '1'], ['1', '1', '1'], ['1', '1', '1']],
[['2', '2', '2'], ['2', '2', '2'], ['2', '2', '2']],
[['2', '2', '2'], ['2', '2', '2'], ['2', '2', '2']],
[['2', '2', '2'], ['2', '2', '2'], ['2', '2', '2']]]
```

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