Coding standard: Prefixing variables to indicate datatype
daniel at dittmar.net
Sat Jan 18 17:33:39 CET 2003
Erik Max Francis wrote:
> Terry Reedy wrote:
>>Once you actually think about it, its obvious that attaching the join
>>method to the joiner is the only sensible place to put it.
>>"Carpenter, exercise your ability to joins these pieces of wood."
> Agreed. It may look weird at first, but it doesn't take long to realize
> as a method, that's the only place it can logically go. After all, the
> alternative is having a join method be part of _every single sequence
> interface_, which is clearly heavy-handed.
Now that there are class methods, there's no longer the need to force
this into a instance method call. str.join (somelist [, joinstring])
does the job just fine.
But perhaps someone is already working on string comprehension.
> I personally find ','.join(S) extremely inuitive
inuit-ive: you mean like eskimo speak? (sorry, couldn't resist the cheap
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