[Python-Dev] PySequence_Check but no __len__
tismer at stackless.com
Thu Jun 21 11:06:07 EDT 2018
there is a case in the Python API where I am not sure what to do:
If an object defines __getitem__() only but no __len__(),
then PySequence_Check() already is true and does not care.
So if I define no __len__, it simply fails. Is this intended?
I was mislead and thought this was the unlimited case, but
it seems still to be true that sequences are always finite.
Can someone please enlighten me?
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