Equivalent python for a matlab line?

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Mark Sc
Mark Sc on 14 Oct 2021
Commented: Mark Sc on 15 Oct 2021
Hi all,
May I know how could I represent the following line to python:
X = y(z(i,1:12),1);
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Mark Sc
Mark Sc on 15 Oct 2021
@Chetan BhavsarThank you for your answer,
values are y=[0 1 2;3 4 5]
z=[1 2 3 4;4 5 6 7]

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 15 Oct 2021
X = Y[z[i, 0:11],0]
would be my guess.
However, this relies upon the values in z having been changed to index 0 based instead of index 1 based. If the computation of z values was left the same between the two language, with the result that the minimum possible z value was 1 and you want that to indicate the first element in Y, then you would have to subtract 1:
X = Y[z[i, 0:11]-1,0]

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