tismer at tismer.com
Fri Jan 31 04:28:47 CET 2003
holger krekel wrote:
> But i agree that grouping into 'non-iterables except strings and
> unicode' on one side and everything else on the other side most
> often makes sense.
In my opinion, the crux of this all is the decision
that strings are iterable.
The number of use cases which I have seen so far is much
shorter than this thread.
Strings are much more often used as solid objects.
I'm pretty sure Guido would remove the sequence-ness
of strings in Python 3000, even to avoid this kind
ciao - chris
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