[docs] [issue11296] Possible error in What's new in Python 3.2 : duplication of rsplit() mention
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Wed Feb 23 02:10:29 CET 2011
New submission from Carl Chenet <chaica at ohmytux.com>:
Could the rsplit() method be mentioned mistakenly two times in the following sentence of the current What's new in Python 3.2 ?
"The fast-search algorithm in stringlib is now used by the split(), rsplit(), splitlines() and replace() methods on bytes, bytearray and str objects. Likewise, the algorithm is also used by rfind(), rindex(), rsplit() and rpartition()."
assignee: docs at python
nosy: chaica_, docs at python
title: Possible error in What's new in Python 3.2 : duplication of rsplit() mention
versions: Python 3.2
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