Iterating over a dictionary's sorted keys
aahz at netcom.com
Mon May 29 12:10:08 CEST 2000
In article <392f608b.260535311 at news.nikoma.de>,
Philip 'Yes, that's my address' Newton <nospam.newton at gmx.li> wrote:
>On 26 May 2000 13:53:22 GMT, aahz at netcom.com (Aahz Maruch) wrote:
>> It was a design decision to consider .sort()
>> and .reverse() to work on the original list because the programmer
>> should *always* explicitly request a copy of what may be a 100K element
>But can I request a copy of the sorted list without giving the copy a
>name, since I haven't got the comma operator available to me?
Not without a function call.
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