string.join() syntax quirky?
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Mon Nov 26 10:56:16 CET 2001
> I've decided to do what I should have from the beginning: always use
> string.join. I didn't want to because it seemed silly to import a whole
> module for one function, and as long as I'm using Official String Methods
> everything else I should use them for joins too.
I think this is no big deal, since the string module maps most of its
actions including join to the string methods.
Of course, this will slightly reduce the performance, but the module itself
is pretty light-weight.
Moreover, I think readable code is more important than performance.
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