[Tutor] iteritems() vs items()
Liam.Clarke-Hutchinson at business.govt.nz
Sun Nov 13 22:36:48 CET 2005
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe there is no specific iterator
object, but rather objects that have a method for __iter___...
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Subject: Re: [Tutor] iteritems() vs items()
* Kent Johnson <kent37 at tds.net> [051113 12:04]:
> Tim Johnson wrote:
> > Question: Can one subclass an iterator object?
> > thanks for making this a little clearer.
> Most *classes* can be subclassed. What do you have in mind?
Oh, I'm just playing right now .... but what is the
iterator object class name?
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