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I want to code a function which return an integer list in ascending order keeping 0s fixed in their position. Can anyone help?

For example: input [5,0,0,3,4,9,0] will return [3,0,0,4,5,9,0]

4/7/2020 11:59:42 PM

Md. Sazzad Hossain

4 Answers

New Answer

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Hi, try this: def sortCero(lista): """ return an integer list in ascending order keeping 0s fixed in their position ||ispovala|| """ indicesCero=[] for i in range(len(lista)): if lista[i]==0: indicesCero.append(i) while 0 in lista: lista.remove(0) lista.sort() for s in indicesCero: lista.insert(s,0) return lista I hope I've helped

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a=[2,4,6,7,4,4,8,6,7,4,9,0,1,2,5,3,7,5,2,4,9,7,0,3,1,5,8,4] e=[]#empty list b=a[:]# copied a to b b.sort()#sort the b for i in range(len(a)):#find the index position of all four if a[i]==4: e.append(i) else: continue for j in range(b.count(4)):#remove all four b.remove(4) for k in e:#insert all fours at the index position b.insert(k,4) print(b) I make this program for 4 you can try with 0 also

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Thank you both

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def myfunct(mylist): mynums = sorted([x for x in mylist if x != 0]) i = 0 for x in range(len(mylist)): if mylist[x] != 0: mylist[x] = mynums[i] i += 1 return mylist original = [5, 0, 0, 3, 4, 9, 0] print(myfunct(original))