list vs tuple
eddthompson at ssi.nospamhere.parlorcity.com
Fri Mar 30 06:25:08 CEST 2001
"Simon Brunning" <SBrunning at trisystems.co.uk> wrote in message
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> > From: deadmeat [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Whats the practical difference between a list and a tuple() ?
> > A tuple seems to be a very basic list, so unless it's faster, what's the
> > point of it?
> Off the top of my head - A tuple is immutable, and therefore hashable, and
> therefore can be used as a key to a dictionary. I'm sure that there are
> other things...
what do you mean by hashable?
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