I am trying to familiarise myself with Cirq, and I came across something I don't know how to code.
I would like to define two sets of qubits as follows: say the number of qubits in set 1 and 2 are both 3, then I would like my qubits in set 1 to be
[cirq.GridQubit(0,0), cirq.GridQubit(0,1), cirq.GridQubit(0,2)]
and my qubits in set 2 to be
[cirq.GridQubit(1,0), cirq.GridQubit(1,1), cirq.GridQubit(1,2)]. I would like to be able to generalise this for an arbitrary number of qubits. In other words, I would like to be able to refer to a qubit in set 1 as cirq.GridQubit(0,i), and to a qubit in set 2 as cirq.GridQubit(1,j), for 0≤i<number of qubits in set 1 and 0≤j<number of qubits in set 2.
I can create my first set of qubits using
qubits_set1 = cirq.GridQubit.rect(1, number_qubits_set1), but I am not sure how to create the second set?