[Python-Dev] another dict crasher
03 Jun 2001 22:47:48 +0100
"Tim Peters" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> It would be better in this case to go back to the top and start
Yes. What you checked in is obviously better. I'll stick to being
the bearer of bad tidings...
> However, then an adversarial user can construct a case that never
I seem to have done this - it was odd, though - it only loops when I
bump the dict to fairly enormous preportions for reasons I don't
really (want to) understand.
> Unclear what to do.
Not worrying about it seems entirely reasonable - I now have sitting
on my hard drive the wierdest way of spelling "while 1: pass" *I've*
The rapid establishment of social ties, even of a fleeting nature,
advance not only that goal but its standing in the uberconscious
mesh of communal psychic, subjective, and algorithmic interbeing.
But I fear I'm restating the obvious. -- Will Ware, comp.lang.python