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How do you use a loop for users input in a matrix format? enter value[0][0] : enter value[0][1] : enter value[0][2] : and so on

3/18/2019 4:41:31 AM

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Love its corrected.

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Didn't get you. What do you mean by each entry?

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Do you mean two nested for loops? Edit: corrected value=[] for i in range(5): value.append([]) for j in range(5): value[i].append(input("Enter: "))

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Love we already have user prompt in there. Do you want to count how many prompts are there? It's just the number in the range. Your doubt is still unclear.

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value [i]=[] displays IndexError: list assignment index out of range

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Thanks. How do I count each entry though? Example enter[0][0]: enter[0][1]: enter[0][2]: enter[1][0]:

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I mean the user prompt. So counting through each entry while displaying it to the user so user prompt would be Enter[0][0]: Enter[0][1]: Enter[0][2]

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I want to count through the matrix and display the index of each prompt So instead of just enter, the user sees Enter [0][0]: Enter[0][1]: Enter[0][2]: Enter[1][0]: