When it is required to find all the combinations in the list with the given condition, a simple iteration, the append method, and the ‘isinstance’ method are used.
Below is a demonstration of the same −
my_list = ["python", [15, 12, 33, 14], "is", ["fun", "easy", "better", "cool"]] print("The list is :") print(my_list) K = 4 print("The value of K is :") print(K) my_result =  count = 0 while count <= K - 1: temp =  for index in my_list: if not isinstance(index, list): temp.append(index) else: temp.append(index[count]) count += 1 my_result.append(temp) print("The result is :") print(my_result)
The list is : ['python', [15, 12, 33, 14], 'is', ['fun', 'easy', 'better', 'cool']] The value of K is : 4 The result is : [['python', 15, 'is', 'fun'], ['python', 12, 'is', 'easy'], ['python', 33, 'is', 'better'], ['python', 14, 'is', 'cool']]
A list of integers is defined and is displayed on the console.
A value for K is defined and is displayed on the console.
An empty list is created.
A variable ‘count’ is created and is assigned to 0.
A while loop is used to iterate over the list, and the ‘isinstance’ method is used to check if the type of element matches a specific type.
Depending on this, the element is appended to the empty list.
This is the output that is displayed on the console.