yield_all needed in Python
nessus at mit.edu
Tue Mar 1 23:33:33 CET 2005
David Eppstein <eppstein at ics.uci.edu> writes:
> In article <lcacpnxp8s.fsf at gaffa.mit.edu>,
> Douglas Alan <nessus at mit.edu> wrote:
>> > Cetainly, if <yield_all
>> > iterator> == <for i in iterator: yield i>, I don't see how anything
>> > is gained except for a few keystrokes.
>> What's gained is making one's code more readable and maintainable,
>> which is the one of the primary reasons that I use Python.
> I don't see a lot of difference in readability and maintainability
> between the two versions.
In that case, your brain works nothing like mine.
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