[Python-Dev] Features for Python 2.0 PEP

Barry A. Warsaw bwarsaw@beopen.com
Tue, 25 Jul 2000 12:25:07 -0400 (EDT)

>>>>> "TW" == Thomas Wouters <thomas@xs4all.net> writes:

    TW> You can put Barry in Cardinal Fang's chair for that one ! :)
    TW> He suggested to use his PEP201, Parallel Iteration, as a
    TW> working example of a PEP. And PEP201 starts with a relatively
    TW> long introduction of how for-loops and the current map(None,
    TW> seq1, seq2) work.

Yes, but as with any `first' it takes a little while to flesh things
out.  I'll soon have a revision that edits much of that out.

PEP 1 is nearly ready so hopefully that'll answer most of the style