Nick Coghlan wrote:
There are three big use cases:
dict.keys dict.values dict.items
Currently these all return lists, which may be expensive in terms of copying. They all have iter* variants which while memory efficient, are far less convenient to work with.
I'm still wondering what "far less convenient" means. Is it simply the 4 extra key presses? I find the iter* variants to be a great solution.
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