where does 'index()' come from?

erudite ask at me.com
Tue May 22 04:34:04 CEST 2001


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"Aahz Maruch" <aahz at panix.com> wrote in message
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> In article <uPjO6.1036$FB5.194353 at e420r-sjo3.usenetserver.com>,
> erudite <ask at me.com> wrote:
> >
> >Ok I've been looking in the documentation for like the last hour trying
to
> >find out where 'index()' comes from. Meaning what is it? Is it a
> >__builtin__? Is it part of a module? Is it a class? I found it
(somewhere?)
> >and now I can't find any documentation on it. BTW I'm running python 2.0
> >(windows 2000 OS).
>
> Section 2.1.5.4 of the Library Reference, documenting mutable sequence
> types.
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