Create vars based on number of elements on the list

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I am trying to create a python logic such that it creates variables based on the number of elements in the list. How do I do that?
Jul 23 in Python by Ashish
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Hey @Ashish, you can try something like this:

list = [1, 2, 3, 4]
d = {'var%d' % el: None for el in list}
d
{'var4': None, 'var1': None, 'var3': None, 'var2': None}
answered Jul 23 by Haseeb

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