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Tue Feb 22 23:51:24 CET 2000
In article <20000222225522.A5923 at stopcontact.palga.uucp>,
Gerrit Holl <gerrit at nl.linux.org> wrote:
><quote name="Aahz Maruch" date="951249670">
>> Hmmm? What makes you say that range() is possible in pure Python and
>> xrange() is not? (I think the latter requires a class with __getitem__
>> but is otherwise doable.)
>xrange returns an XRangeType; can I return that from a Python function?
I agree that you probably cannot return an XRangeType, but I think you
can mimic the xrange() behavior with a class.
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