Is there no end to Python?
tjreedy at udel.edu
Sun Mar 19 03:58:48 CET 2006
"Kamilche" <klachemin at comcast.net> wrote in message
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> arcane code' crowd. Sets - when I played with them, they were slower
> than doing the equivalent code with dicts. It's got to be a reliable,
> compelling feature, before I'll add it to my arsenal.
In 2.3, sets was, I believe, a module written in Python on top of the dict
type. In 2.4, set() is a builtin type written in C adapting the C code of
dicts but without the overhead of values, and with set rather than dict
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