[Python-Dev] Fwd: Re: [Python-3000] Removing functions from the operator module
arigo at tunes.org
Mon Mar 12 21:17:24 CET 2007
On Mon, Mar 12, 2007 at 11:19:26AM -0500, Collin Winter wrote:
> iter() is part of every syntactic construction that takes an iterator
> argument (for, listcomps, gencomps, ...). Should it go in operator as
Historically, things that have a slot go in 'operator'. So that would
mean that 'operator' is missing at least: getattr, setattr, delattr,
next, repr, str, len, hash, hex, oct, divmod, int, float, long,
descr_get, descr_set, descr_delete, getslice, setslice, delslice, call,
Or else, things in 'operator' are the ones with a "syntactic
equivalent". Then we should remove abs and index, and add list, tuple,
dict, buildclass, new.function, ...
Then there is stuff that doesn't fall in any category, like attrgetter,
countOf, indexOf, ...
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