How to get an item from a simple set?
pete.forman at westerngeco.com
Fri Nov 26 13:34:04 CET 2004
Steven Bethard <steven.bethard at gmail.com> writes:
> So is this just one branch of a case statement? What do you do in
> the case that len(s) != 1? And which one happens more often?
My s contains a set of possible values that are being refined. I'm
printing either a single resolved value or "many" to indicate there is
still some way to go. len(s) > 1 is not exceptional though len(s) ==
0 would be. Over the run of the program one and many will happen
equally often. Performance is less of an issue than clarity of the
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