[Python-3000] Warning about future-unsafe usage patterns in Python 2.x e.g. dict.keys().sort()
ronaldoussoren at mac.com
Mon Aug 28 16:46:53 CEST 2006
On 28-aug-2006, at 16:21, Edward C. Jones wrote:
> Brian Quinlan said:
>> It is my understanding that, in Python 3000, certain functions and
>> methods that currently return lists will return some sort of view
>> (e.g. dict.values()) or an iterator (e.g. zip). So certain usage
>> patterns will no longer be supported e.g. d.keys().sort().
> I use this idiom fairly often:
> d = dict()
> thekeys = d.keys()
> for key in thekeys:
> What should I use in Python 3.0?
for key in sorted(d.keys()):
This works in python 2.4 as well.
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