mwh at python.net
Wed Jul 4 07:01:05 EDT 2001
"Brian Quinlan" <BrianQ at ActiveState.com> writes:
> > This is a bit of a silly question, but where is PyArg_Parse
> > documented?
> Does that function even exist? PyArg_ParseTuple is documented at
Yes, it's used with old-style (METH_OLDARGS) extension functions.
METH_OLDARGS is broken. Don't use it in new code. If you're using it
in old code, change the code. Use METH_VARARGS and PyArg_ParseTuple,
which is documented above (in the wrong sodding manual...).
> Why are we talking about bricks and concrete in a lisp newsgroup?
After long experiment it was found preferable to talking about why
Lisp is slower than C++...
-- Duane Rettig & Tim Bradshaw, comp.lang.lisp
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