Pop a list from beginning ? and memory saving...
peter at engcorp.com
Wed Jun 5 02:29:20 CEST 2002
François Pinard wrote:
> > def reset(self):
> > del self._v
> > self._v = 
> Just for the record, one could also write, in one line:
> self._v[:] = 
> Probably unneeded in this case, but it is useful when one wants to keep
> extra references to the list, and empty it nevertheless.
I can't parse that. What does it do?
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