[Python-3000] StringIO/BytesIO in io.py doesn't over-seek properly
p.f.moore at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 17:13:51 CEST 2007
On 03/07/07, Alexandre Vassalotti <alexandre at peadrop.com> wrote:
> I also find the semantic make more sense too. For example:
> >>> s = StringIO("Good bye, world")
> >>> s.truncate(10)
> >>> s.write("cruel world")
> >>> s.getvalue()
> I think that should return "Good bye, cruel world", not "cruel world".
> So, does anyone else agree with this small semantic change of truncate()?
Looks reasonable to me - without checking documentation, your proposal
is what I'd expect the example to do.
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