steve at holdenweb.com
Wed Jan 19 15:21:52 EST 2005
Will Stuyvesant wrote:
> Andrew Koenig wrote:
>>how about writing this instead?
>> ('this is a '
>> 'long string')
> Yes, nice. And to make that possible we have to write
> ('one-string-item',) instead of ('one-string-item') if we want a tuple
> with one string inside. Sometimes that feels like a wart to me, but
> now I know it, sometimes not.
That has very little to do with tuples. You could just as easily write
'this is a '\
It's the dangling comma that's required to specify a tuple:
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