[Python-Dev] string.find() again (was Re: timsort for jython)
Mon, 5 Aug 2002 13:00:27 -0600
> From: Tim Peters [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]=20
> > ...
> > I don't like exists(). Maybe we should finally implement=20
> "s1 in s2"=20
> > as "s2.find(s1) >=3D 0", i.e. add a __contains__ method to strings?
> I asked you about that a few weeks ago, and you were=20
> agreeable. I posted that info to c.l.py, saying that if=20
> anyone cared enough to submit a patch, the idea was=20
> pre-approved. AFAIK, nobody bit (but I didn't pay much=20
> attention to patches last week -- hope springs eternal <wink>).
Well, there was
I'll see if I can find time next weekend to figure out the compilation
warnings, adding back special casing for single char containment, and
adding test and doc patches...