michele.simionato at gmail.com
Thu Sep 23 15:40:47 CEST 2004
"Raymond Hettinger" <vze4rx4y at verizon.net> wrote in message news:<2Pt4d.5569$sa.1897 at trndny05>...
> > http://www.python.org/doc/current/lib/itertools-example.html
> > >>> import itertools, timeit, operator
> > >>> def any(seq, pred=bool):
> > ... "Returns True if pred(x) is True at least one element in the
> > iterable"
> > ... return True in imap(pred, seq)
> I chose that one for the docs because it gave the best balance of clarity and
I always wondered why "any" and "all" are given as recipes but are not
part of the itertools module. What is the rationale?
I think they are so common that they deserve to be in the module.
At least, we would have standard names.
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