On Sun, Jul 5, 2020 at 6:15 AM MRAB <python@mrabarnett.plus.com> wrote:
> clamp(value: Number, minimum: Union[Number, Iterable[Number]], maximum: Union[Number, Iterable[Number]])
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What would that return? What if the iterable were two different
lengths? 

If anything, I would accept an iterable for value, and return an iterator.

Min() with an iterable is essential a reduce. Clamp() with an iterable would be 



I think that's overcomplicating it. How often have you actually wanted
that feature?

If you want bounds that are iterables, just use min/max on them first.
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