Python: Generate an infinite cycle of elements from an iterable
Python Itertools: Exercise-5 with Solution
Write a Python program to generate an infinite cycle of elements from an iterable.
Note: Iterable should be a list or a string or a dictionary, etc.
import itertools as it def cycle_data(iter): return it.cycle(iter) # Following loops will run for ever #List result = cycle_data(['A','B','C','D']) print("The said function print never-ending items:") for i in result: print(i) #String result = cycle_data('Python itertools') print("The said function print never-ending items:") for i in result: print(i)
The said function print never-ending items: A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B ....
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