[Python-ideas] Starap function exists but it seems there's not such thing as "doublestarmap"

Anders Hovmöller boxed at killingar.net
Wed Apr 10 05:48:40 EDT 2019

I don't really understand. You can do:

'{a} {b}'.format(**{'a': 1}, **{'b': 2})

Is that what you want?

> On 10 Apr 2019, at 11:09, Krokosh Nikita <de.lsnk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello. I have a following question: How come there's no such thing in Python like starmap but which unpacks dicts as kwargs for fuction?
> For example I have a format string like "{param1}, {param2}" and want to get results passing list of dicts for it's .format().
> Of course I can do that with genexpr or some lambda with map.
> But can you clarify why starmap version of map fuction exists and doublestarmap doesn't?
> Best Regards.
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