"GvR" == Guido van Rossum email@example.com writes:
GvR> You probably meant:
| sock.connect(addr) | sock.connect(host, port) | sock.connect((host, port))
GvR> since (host, port) is equivalent to (addr).
Doh, yes. :)
GvR> Fred typically directs latex2html to break all sections GvR> apart. It's in the previous section:
I know, I was being purposefully dense for effect :) Fred, is there some way to make the html contain a link to the previous section for the "see above" text? That would solve the problem I think.
GvR> This also explains the reason for requiring a single GvR> argument: when using AF_UNIX, the second argument makes no GvR> sense!
GvR> Frankly, I'm not sure what do here -- it's more correct to GvR> require a single address argument always, but it's more GvR> convenient to allow two sometimes.
GvR> Note that sendto(data, addr) only accepts the tuple form: you GvR> cannot write sendto(data, host, port).
Hmm, that /does/ complicate things -- it makes explaining the API more difficult. Still, in this case I think I'd lean toward liberal acceptance of input parameters. :)