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  • Last Updated : 08 Dec, 2021

List is an important container and used almost in every code of day-day programming as well as web-development, more it is used, more is the requirement to master it and hence knowledge of its operations is necessary.
Given a tuple list of lists, write a Python program to iterate through it and get all elements. 
Method #1: Use itertools.ziplongest 
 

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# Python code to demonstrate ways to iterate
# tuples list of list into single list
# using itertools.ziplongest
 
# import library
from itertools import zip_longest
 
# initialising listoflist
test_list = [
         [('11'), ('12'), ('13')],
         [('21'), ('22'), ('23')],
         [('31'), ('32'), ('33')]
         ]
 
 
# printing initial list
print ("Initial List = ", test_list)
 
# iterate list tuples list of list into single list
res_list = [item for my_list in zip_longest(*test_list)
                           for item in my_list if item]
 
# print final List
print ("Resultant List = ", res_list)

Output: 

Initial List =  [['11', '12', '13'], ['21', '22', '23'], ['31', '32', '33']]
Resultant List =  ['11', '21', '31', '12', '22', '32', '13', '23', '33']

 

  
Method#2: Using lambda + itertools.chain + zip_longest 
 

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# Python code to demonstrate
# ways to iterate tuples list of list into single list
# using itertools.ziplongest + lambda + chain
 
# import library
from itertools import zip_longest, chain
 
# initialising listoflist
test_list = [
         [('11'), ('12'), ('13')],
         [('21'), ('22'), ('23')],
         [('31'), ('32'), ('33')]
         ]
 
 
# printing initial list
print ("Initial List = ", test_list)
 
# iterate list tuples list of list into single list
# using lambda + chain + filter
res_list = list(filter(lambda x: x, chain(*zip_longest(*test_list))))
 
# print final List
print ("Resultant List = ", res_list)

Output: 

Initial List =  [['11', '12', '13'], ['21', '22', '23'], ['31', '32', '33']]
Resultant List =  ['11', '21', '31', '12', '22', '32', '13', '23', '33']

 

  
Method #3: Using List Comprehension 
List comprehension is an elegant way to define and create list in python. We can create lists just like mathematical statements and in one line only. The syntax of list comprehension is easier to grasp. 
 

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# Python code to demonstrate ways to
# iterate tuples list of list into single
# list using list comprehension
 
# initialising listoflist
test_list = [
         [('11'), ('12'), ('13')],
         [('21'), ('22'), ('23')],
         [('31'), ('32'), ('33')]
         ]
 
 
# printing initial list
print ("Initial List = ", test_list)
 
# iterate list tuples list of list into single list
# using list comprehension
res_list = [item for list2 in test_list for item in list2]
 
# print final List
print ("Resultant List = ", res_list)

Output: 

Initial List =  [['11', '12', '13'], ['21', '22', '23'], ['31', '32', '33']]
Resultant List =  ['11', '12', '13', '21', '22', '23', '31', '32', '33']

 


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