roy at panix.com
Thu Sep 2 19:20:11 CEST 2004
In article <mailman.2775.1094145196.5135.python-list at python.org>,
Gandalf <gandalf at geochemsource.com> wrote:
> > users = ['admin', 'user1', 'user2']
> > address = ('www.python.org', 80)
> > index and count only make sense when the collection is homogeneous.
> > Therefore they are not defined for tuple.
> address = ['www.python.org',80]
> A list can hold any kind of objects. I think that the 'index' method for
> tuples would be a good idea.
Personally, I think it should be more general. I think index should be
a sequence method, and tuple should just inherit from that.
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