[Python-Dev] Re: PEP 279 revisited

Michael Gilfix mgilfix@eecs.tufts.edu
Wed, 24 Apr 2002 10:29:49 -0400


  I'm glad I came across this post because I was about to write it
myself. indices () seems like a good explanation of what's going
on. It returns both the index and what it corresponds to. Much better
than enumerate.

                     -- Mike

On Wed, Apr 24 @ 06:37, Neil Schemenauer wrote:
> Greg Ewing wrote:
> > There doesn't seem to be any single English word that
> > captures all of what we mean without ambiguity.
> 
> How about "indices"?  You use a key to get things out of dictionaries.
> You use an index to get things out of sequences.  "indices" is the pural
> of index.
> 
>   Neil
> 
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