[Python-ideas] List Revolution

Adam Jorgensen adam.jorgensen.za at gmail.com
Sat Sep 10 08:13:08 CEST 2011

This is a joke, right?


On 9 September 2011 23:12, Christopher King <g.nius.ck at gmail.com> wrote:

> The first element in a list is element zero, the second is one, the third
> it two, and so on. This some times confuses newbies to the language or
> programming in general. This system was invited when single bits where
> precious. It's time to update. Keep in mind this is something for version 4,
> since its not reverse compatible. I say we make the first element 1, second
> 2, third 3, and so on. Other languages would follow. We are python, made for
> easiness and readability, and we are in the age where you can't even get
> something as small as a kilobyte USB. We must make first one, second 2, and
> third 3, like it is supposed to be. I give this:
> *+1*
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