Python collections.ValuesView() Examples

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Example #1
Source File: test_dictviews.py    From ironpython2 with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_abc_registry(self):
        d = dict(a=1)

        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewkeys(), collections.KeysView)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewkeys(), collections.MappingView)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewkeys(), collections.Set)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewkeys(), collections.Sized)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewkeys(), collections.Iterable)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewkeys(), collections.Container)

        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewvalues(), collections.ValuesView)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewvalues(), collections.MappingView)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewvalues(), collections.Sized)

        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewitems(), collections.ItemsView)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewitems(), collections.MappingView)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewitems(), collections.Set)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewitems(), collections.Sized)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewitems(), collections.Iterable)
        self.assertIsInstance(d.viewitems(), collections.Container) 
Example #2
Source File: nanguardmode.py    From D-VAE with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : list/tuple/other objects
        Might be nested.

    Returns
    -------
    object
        A flattened list of objects.

    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #3
Source File: nanguardmode.py    From attention-lvcsr with MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : list/tuple/other objects
        Might be nested.

    Returns
    -------
    object
        A flattened list of objects.

    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #4
Source File: nanguardmode.py    From u24_lymphocyte with BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : List/tuple/other objects, might be nested.

    Returns
    -------
    A flattened list of objects
    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #5
Source File: nanguardmode.py    From u24_lymphocyte with BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : List/tuple/other objects, might be nested.

    Returns
    -------
    A flattened list of objects
    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #6
Source File: nanguardmode.py    From u24_lymphocyte with BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : List/tuple/other objects, might be nested.

    Returns
    -------
    A flattened list of objects
    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #7
Source File: nanguardmode.py    From u24_lymphocyte with BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : List/tuple/other objects, might be nested.

    Returns
    -------
    A flattened list of objects
    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #8
Source File: nanguardmode.py    From u24_lymphocyte with BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : List/tuple/other objects, might be nested.

    Returns
    -------
    A flattened list of objects
    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #9
Source File: __init__.py    From TextDetector with GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects
    into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : WRITEME

    Returns
    -------
    WRITEME
    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #10
Source File: nanguardmode.py    From treeano with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def flatten(l):
    """
    Turns a nested graph of lists/tuples/other objects into a list of objects.

    Parameters
    ----------
    l : List/tuple/other objects, might be nested.

    Returns
    -------
    A flattened list of objects
    """
    if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
        rval = []
        for elem in l:
            if isinstance(elem, (list, tuple)):
                rval.extend(flatten(elem))
            else:
                rval.append(elem)
    else:
        return [l]
    return rval 
Example #11
Source File: 6_16_dictsorted.py    From Python-Journey-from-Novice-to-Expert with MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def values(self):
        return ValuesView(self) 
Example #12
Source File: config.py    From gin-config with Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _iterate_flattened_values(value):
  """Provides an iterator over all values in a nested structure."""
  if isinstance(value, six.string_types):
    yield value
    return

  if isinstance(value, collections.Mapping):
    value = collections.ValuesView(value)

  if isinstance(value, collections.Iterable):
    for nested_value in value:
      for nested_nested_value in _iterate_flattened_values(nested_value):
        yield nested_nested_value

  yield value 
Example #13
Source File: ordereddict.py    From pyRevit with GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def viewvalues(self):
        "Return object with view of mapping values."
        return ValuesView(self) 
Example #14
Source File: dbm.py    From TextDetector with GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _get_negative_phase(self, model, X, Y=None):
        """
        .. todo::

            WRITEME
        """
        layer_to_chains = model.make_layer_to_state(self.num_chains)

        def recurse_check(l):
            if isinstance(l, (list, tuple, collections.ValuesView)):
                for elem in l:
                    recurse_check(elem)
            else:
                assert l.get_value().shape[0] == self.num_chains

        recurse_check(layer_to_chains.values())

        model.layer_to_chains = layer_to_chains

        # Note that we replace layer_to_chains with a dict mapping to the new
        # state of the chains
        updates, layer_to_chains = model.get_sampling_updates(
            layer_to_chains, self.theano_rng, num_steps=self.num_gibbs_steps,
            return_layer_to_updated=True)

        if self.toronto_neg:
            neg_phase_grads = self._get_toronto_neg(model, layer_to_chains)
        else:
            neg_phase_grads = self._get_standard_neg(model, layer_to_chains)

        return neg_phase_grads, updates 
Example #15
Source File: 6_16_dictsorted.py    From Python_Master-the-Art-of-Design-Patterns with MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def values(self):
        return ValuesView(self) 
Example #16
Source File: request_environment.py    From python-compat-runtime with Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def viewvalues(self):
    return collections.ValuesView(self) 
Example #17
Source File: test_rabbitmq_connections.py    From async-worker with MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_values(self):
        self.maxDiff = None
        conn = AMQPConnection(
            hostname="localhost", username="guest", password="pwd"
        )
        self.assertEqual(str(ValuesView(conn)), str(conn.values())) 
Example #18
Source File: connections.py    From async-worker with MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def values(self):
        return ValuesView(self) 
Example #19
Source File: _mutablemapping.py    From compas with MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def values(self):
        """D.values() => an object providing a view on D's values"""
        return stdlib_collections.ValuesView(self)