iterators (was: python-dev summary)
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In article <96jt2v$ogk$1 at nntp6.u.washington.edu>, Donn Cave
<donn at u.washington.edu> writes:
| I have heard claims that they're faster, and that's a priority I can
actually, they are slower (than map + python function). but don't
think that should be important.
| But every time some cool notion gets added to Python, it adds to
| the amount that we all eventually have to know. I can't indefinitely
| postpone my education in list comprehensions without marginalizing
| myself, just as someone who comes along and learns them right away
| will still have to learn all the alternatives too. Does that add
| to our ability to write software, or subtract from it?
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