26 Jun 2002 26 Jun '02
Second wild idea of the day:
The dict constructor currently accepts sequences where each element has length 2, interpreted as a key-value pair.
Let's have it also accept sequences with elements of length 1, interpreted as a key:None pair.
The benefit is that it provides a way to rapidly construct sets:
The downside is that it's another way to write programs incompatible with 2.2.