Is there anyway to drop multiple items from a sub-list? I’m trying to take the first and last item away from a 2 layer sub-list. Thanks
Either a custom function or by doing them sequentially with longest lacing instead of shortest.
thelist = IN indices = IN indices.sort(reverse = True) outList =  for i in indices: if isinstance(thelist,list): for j in thelist: if isinstance(j,list): templist =  templist.append(j.pop(i)) else: continue try: outList.append(templist) except: outList.append("Check input list") OUT = thelist
Quick script until it is figured out how to be done in nodes. Takes a list of lists and then a list of indices. Will only go one level deep so if it needs to be deeper, has to be reworked. In addition, order of indices doesn’t matter. If there is some problem with the outcome, change OUT to OUT = thelist,outList and go through the second list to see where there was a problem.