string.join() syntax quirky?
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Thu Nov 22 21:10:38 CET 2001
"Marcin 'Qrczak' Kowalczyk" <qrczak at knm.org.pl> wrote in message
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> It seems backwards for me - the sequence is more important than the
> separator - but I wouldn't treat it as a list method either. More
> as a global function.
This option does exist anyway, you can just use the string module.
It has a join function, which ends up calling the delimiters strings join
> But I'm strange in that I don't believe in OOP as a universal way
> of life.
-- snip --
Hm, seems I'm strange then, too :-).
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