list permutations and weired list.remove funtion
aahz at panix.com
Tue May 15 05:40:02 CEST 2001
In article <bxZL6.10502$sk3.2819840 at newsb.telia.net>,
Tim Gahnström /Bladerman <tim at bladerman.com> wrote:
>I am new to python and happende to use the function list.remov(elem) it sure
>is usufull but it rendered me som hours of extra work until I found out that
>it really dont return the list with the elemen removed.
>[1,2,3].remove(2) == null
>It seems like it would have been about no cost to let it work that way to?
None of the list-mutating operations return the list. This is to make
sure you don't accidentally chain operations together incorrectly.
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