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While I'm simulating one Big quantum circuit in Qiskit, I wonder how we can divide one big quantum circuit into several sub-circuits. I looked in Qiskit API documents, but I couldn't find it.

Is there anyway that I can do that?

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This is the best I have at the moment.

def split_circuit(circuit, start, end):
    nq = len(circuit.qubits)
    qc2 = qis.QuantumCircuit(nq)
    for x in circuit[start:end]:
        qc2.append(x[0], x[1])
    return qc2

I hope it helps. I too want something like this built in. Ideally it would just use something like the slicing.

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