How to find mean of an array which has two elements in Python?

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I need to find mean of an array which is like: [('a', 5), ('b', 2), ('a', 4), ('b', 6)]

Result should be like; [('a', 4.5), ('b', 4)]

 


Raw solution without additional libraries could look like this:

def mean(l):     result = {}     for key, value in l:         if key not in result:             result[key] = []         result[key].append(value)      return [(k, sum(v)/len(v)) for k, v in result.items()]  lst = [('a', 5), ('b', 2), ('a', 4), ('b', 6)] m = mean(lst)  print(m) # [('a', 4.5), ('b', 4.0)] 

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