john at grulic.org.ar
Tue Sep 21 22:11:29 CEST 2004
On Tue, Sep 21, 2004 at 03:26:37PM +0200, Alex Martelli wrote:
> Phil Frost <indigo at bitglue.com> wrote:
> > Tuples can be joined with the + operator, like so:
> > >>> (1,2)+(3,4)
> > (1, 2, 3, 4)
> > so in your case, you could do (n,) + t. If you are using the result for
> > % formatting, it might be better to use a list, which is mutable, so
> Might be, but % wants a tuple as the RHS (assuming the LHS format string
> has multiple %-formatting elements), NOT a list.
you mean it actually converts it into a tuple?
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