Translate this to python?
Sat Jan 7 08:57:58 CET 2006
Heiko Wundram <modelnine at bit-bukket.org> writes:
> I know this, and that's one of the reasons I'm a little at odds with Python
> 3000... some things are so basic (such as
> xrange) I wouldn't want to have to implement them every time I need such a
Itertools.count could be extended to replace xrange.
> Unless of course range() becomes "more clever" and returns an iterator in
> case the amount of memory to store the needed range is too large...
That could break things. Range is supposed to return a list.
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