[issue4984] Inconsistent count of sequence types in Library stdtypes document

Mitchell Model report at bugs.python.org
Sun Jan 18 05:09:20 CET 2009


New submission from Mitchell Model <mlm at acm.org>:

Sorry I didn't notice all the problems I've reported today about this 
paragraph at one time so I could have submitted only one report. Anyway, 
here's another problem with the first sentence of the Sequence Types 
section of the library stdtypes document. The sentence:

There are five sequence types: strings, byte sequences, byte arrays, 
lists, tuples, and range objects

lists six types but says their are five.

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assignee: georg.brandl
components: Documentation
messages: 80076
nosy: MLModel, georg.brandl
severity: normal
status: open
title: Inconsistent count of sequence types in Library stdtypes document
versions: Python 3.0, Python 3.1

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