Elegant copy-by-value

Martin Christensen knightsofspamalot-factotum at gvdnet.dk
Sun Jan 12 03:59:31 CET 2003


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>>>>> "Peter" == Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> writes:

Peter> Martin Christensen wrote:
>> For a long time now I've been using copy() or deepcopy(), depending
>> on the circumstances, from the copy module. Is there no more simple
>> and elegant way of doing this?
[...]
Peter> Have you looked at copy.py?

Have you looked at the post you replied to? :-)

Peter> If you haven't, take a peek now and then come back and try the
Peter> question again. ;-)

That was quick, wasn't it?

Martin

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