Basically, namedtuples are easy to create, lightweight object types.
They turn tuples into convenient containers for simple tasks.
With namedtuples, you don’t have to use integer indices for accessing members of a tuple.
>>> from collections import namedtuple >>> Point = namedtuple('Point','x,y') >>> pt1 = Point(1,2) >>> pt2 = Point(3,4) >>> dot_product = ( pt1.x * pt2.x ) +( pt1.y * pt2.y ) >>> print dot_product 11
>>> from collections import namedtuple >>> Car = namedtuple('Car','Price Mileage Colour Class') >>> xyz = Car(Price = 100000, Mileage = 30, Colour = 'Cyan', Class = 'Y') >>> print xyz Car(Price=100000, Mileage=30, Colour='Cyan', Class='Y') >>> print xyz.Class Y
Dr. John Wesley has a spreadsheet containing a list of student's , , and .
Your task is to help Dr. Wesley calculate the average marks of the students.
1. Columns can be in any order. IDs, marks, class and name can be written in any order in the spreadsheet.
2. Column names are
NAME. (The spelling and case type of these names won't change.)
The first line contains an integer , the total number of students.
The second line contains the names of the columns in any order.
The next lines contains the , , and , under their respective column names.
Print the average marks of the list corrected to 2 decimal places.
5 ID MARKS NAME CLASS 1 97 Raymond 7 2 50 Steven 4 3 91 Adrian 9 4 72 Stewart 5 5 80 Peter 6
5 MARKS CLASS NAME ID 92 2 Calum 1 82 5 Scott 2 94 2 Jason 3 55 8 Glenn 4 82 2 Fergus 5
Can you solve this challenge in
4 lines of code or less?
NOTE: There is
no penalty for solutions that are correct but have more than 4 lines.
Solution in Python
from collections import namedtuple n, Score = int(input()) , namedtuple('Score',input().split()) scores = [Score(*input().split()).MARKS for i in range(n)] print("%.2f"% (sum(map(int,scores))/n))