[Python-Dev] Banishing apply(), buffer(), coerce(), and intern()
gerrit at nl.linux.org
Sat Nov 29 10:37:12 EST 2003
> > I would like to nominate input() also. It is often misused by beginners.
[Guido van Rossum]
> So I say let's be kind on input().
Fine with me :)
But... at , raw_input() and input() are mentioned as minor regrets,
as functions which should actually not have been builtins. Have you now
changed your mind, or did I misinterpret , or is it something else?
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