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Hi I hve a list mylist=[ ] I am inserting the values dynamically in the string format in the list and the list becomes mylist=[["model("JUPITER")", "vector( 24.0000, 1.10000e3, -17.6000 )", "vector( 90.0000, 0.0000, 0.0000 )"]] or mylist=["[model("JUPITER"), vector( 24.0000, 1.10000e3, -17.6000 ), vector( 90.0000, 0.0000, 0.0000 )]] now i want to use the elements of this list, how do i convert the string to an expression so that i can use it further Yogesh...

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    Default evaluate string

    Hi
    I hve a list mylist=[ ]
    I am inserting the values dynamically in the string format in the list and the
    list becomes
    mylist=[["model("JUPITER")", "vector( 24.0000, 1.10000e3, -17.6000 )",
    "vector( 90.0000, 0.0000, 0.0000 )"]]
    or
    mylist=["[model("JUPITER"), vector( 24.0000, 1.10000e3, -17.6000 ), vector(
    90.0000, 0.0000, 0.0000 )]]

    now i want to use the elements of this list, how do i convert the string to an
    expression so that i can use it further

    Yogesh



    yogeshhungama Guest

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    Default Re: evaluate string

    Don't use strings. The best solution is to use arrays.
    For example :

    messy = [2005, "hello", 0, vector(0,0,1), model("puppy"), vector(90.0,0.0,0.0)]

    You may access each cell using messy[1] , messy[2] , ...


    necromanthus Guest

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