Could a method with 2 outputs designate one of them as a variable in Python

Hi guys,

In the code below

import Rhino.Geometry as rg
import ghpythonlib.components as gh

pt = rg.Point3d(0,0,0)
sphere = rg.Sphere(pt, 12)
a = rg.Mesh.CreateQuadSphere(sphere, 1)
b = gh.FaceNormals(a)

the Facenormals method has 2 different outputs (A list of center points and a list of normal vectors). So right now, python doesn’t know which one of these 2 outputs to designate to ‘b’. So I was wondering if it is possible to choose which output for ‘b’ to be designated to?


gh.FaceNormals(a)[0] will give you the centres
and gh.FaceNormals(a)[1] will give you vectors.