On 30.09.2015 19:19, Neil Girdhar wrote:
I guess, I'm just asking for enumerate to go through the same change that
range went through. Why wasn't it a problem for range?
range() returns a list in Python 2 and a generator in Python 3.
enumerate() has never returned a sequence. It was one
of the first builtin APIs in Python to return a generator:
after iterators and generators were introduced to the language:
The main purpose of enumerate() is to allow enumeration of
objects in a sequence or other iterable. If you need a sequence,
simply wrap it with list(), e.g. list(enumerate(sequence)).
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