I'm having problems with obtaining the range of positions of certain numbers in an array. As an example, I have:
as my array. I would like Python to tell me which are the range of positions where I will find ONLY zeros.
i.e. it should spit out: [0,2] , [10,12] ,  as answers to me.
The script I cracked my brains over is:
s = 0 e = 0 prev_char = '' s_e_list =  for char in cover_array: cnt += 1 #print char, cnt if char == '1' and prev_char != '1': e = cnt - 1 #add the start and end to a list s_e = "%d_%d"%(s,e) print s_e, s, e s_e_list.append(s_e) #intialize start to zero s = 0 e = 0 #print char elif s == 0 and prev_char == '1': s = cnt print s elif char == '0': if s == 0: s = cnt prev_char = char print s_e_list
But the results weren't accurate, it seems to fall short of a few positions. Am I doing it wrongly?
All feedback are welcomed =]