volucris at hotmail.com
Sun May 13 08:57:04 CEST 2001
I think he means more along the lines of:
>>> g = [1, 2, 3]
>>> g.append(4, 5, 6)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<interactive input>", line 1, in ?
TypeError: append() takes exactly 1 argument (3 given)
"David Lees" <deblNospammy at theworld.com> wrote in message
news:3AFE21F2.F06408EF at theworld.com...
> Could you be more specific. I just ran this little test which showed no
> problem appending one million elements with Python 2.1 on a win98 box:
> def foo(n):
> while n:
> n -= 1
> return len(x)
> print foo(N)
> david lees
> Matthew Turk wrote:
> > Hi all. I've just got a quick question --
> > When Python 2.0 was released, one of the big changes was the fact that
> > the append method for lists no longer took an unlimited list of items.
> > Why does os.join not follow this? And why was append changed in the
> > first place? (But more importantly, I wanna know about os.join...
> > ;-)
> > mjt
> > --
> > "Having said that, music is supposed to be
> > in the world for celebration, ritual, and
> > healing - that's the point for me."
> > -- Trey Anastasio
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