[Python-ideas] Implement __add__ for set and frozenset
arnodel at googlemail.com
Tue Jun 10 02:45:52 CEST 2008
On 10 Jun 2008, at 00:33, Raymond Hettinger wrote:
> From: "Arnaud Delobelle" <arnodel at googlemail.com
>>> As a consequence of Python method implementation, one could write
>>> A = set.union(S, T, U, V)
>>> B = set.intersection(S, T, U, V)
>>> which reads nicely
>> I've written a patch  that does that. Following the suggestion of
>> Raymond Hettinger, I've implemented set.intersection by sorting all
>> its sets/frozensets/dicts in increasing order of size first, then
>> iterating over the smallest. It's the first time I try my hand at
>> this so it might not be up to much, but I've made it so I might as
>> well send it :). It's against py3k svn.
>>  http://bugs.python.org/issue3069
> Thanks. It looks like I beat you to it. But I will go over your code
> and incorporate some version of the sorting for interections and
> harvest the tests. Also, I'll go ahead and add you to Misc/ACKS.
Thanks! I'm a bit ashamed of the tests though.
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