[Python-Dev] what to call this zip() function?
Fredrik Lundh" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat, 15 Jul 2000 20:10:07 +0200
> Nothing has really jumped out as the "right" way to express the =
> builtin that does=20
> map(None, l1, l2, l3, l4)
> How about collate? What we're doing is effectively what a copy =
> when it collates multiple copies of its input...
let's see: merriam webster has the following to say:
to assemble in proper order; especially : to assemble
(as printed sheets) in order for binding
"binding"? sounds familiar. let's take a look at the language
... Assignment statements are used to (re)bind names to
The for statement is used to iterate over the elements
of a sequence ... Each item in turn is assigned to the
target list using the standard rules for assignments ...
+1 from here.