I'm a looking to initialize an array/list of objects that are not empty -- the class constructor generates data. In C++ and Java I would do something like this:
Object lst = new Object;
I've dug around, but is there a Pythonic way to get this done?
This doesn't work like I thought it would (I get 100 references to the same object):
lst = [Object()]*100
But this seems to work in the way I want:
lst = [Object() for i in range(100)]
List comprehension seems (intellectually) like "a lot" of work for something that's so simple in Java.