[Python-ideas] Calling a function of a list without accumulating results
terry at jon.es
Thu Sep 27 23:48:47 CEST 2007
| The way things are, there is only one coding style for when you don't want
| the results. You're suggesting the addition of another one. That *would* be
But the same remark could be made about using a list and writing explicit
loops to accumulate results, and the later addition of list comprehensions.
Wasn't that un-Pythonic for the same reason?
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