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Create object for item in list

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I wonder how this can be accomplished:

I've got a list, containing several strings. The strings look like
this:

[ "Name1/N1/N2/N3" , "Name2/N1/N2/N3" , "..." ]

I would like to create one object for each item in the list, and the
name of the object should be "str(item.split("/")[0])".

I've tried this, but it won't work:

for item in list:
str(item.split("/")[0]) = class(item)

....
Jul 18 '05 #1
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