I come to praise .join, not to bury it...
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Sun Mar 4 22:42:28 CET 2001
"John W. Baxter" <jwbnews at scandaroon.com> wrote in message
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> > it is _just right_ that .join be a method on the joiner
> > object (e.g., a string) and that it take the sequence of
> > string to be joined as its argument.
> OK, thanks. I'm convinced. For the first time. (Which won't
Glad my exposition helped someone.
> Which doesn't mean I have to *like* zero-based indexing...only that I
Of course not. I don't *like* broccoli just because it's demonstrably
good for me (actually, it's a vegetable I definitely dislike).
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