[Python-3000] have zip() raise exception for sequences of different lengths
steven.bethard at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 05:32:14 CEST 2006
On 8/30/06, Raymond Hettinger <rhettinger at ewtllc.com> wrote:
> >If changing zip()'s behavior to match the most common use case is
> >totally out, the stdlib code at least argues for adding something like
> I open to that.
> For this time being, let's do this. Add itertools.izip_longest() in
> Py2.5 and include a recipe for izip_exact() and see if anyone cares
> enough to ever use it. The new any() and all() functions started out as
> recipes and graduated when their popularity was shown. If izip_exact()
> proves its worth, then I would be happy to add it as a tool.
Fair enough. Michael Chermside provided a recipe here:
Maybe there's a cleaner way to write this, but I couldn't spot one off-hand.
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