tuples, index method, Python's design

Chris Mellon arkanes at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 16:14:02 CEST 2007

On 4/10/07, BJörn Lindqvist <bjourne at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > while not game_has_ended:
> > >   for current_player in p:
> > >     player_does_something(current_player)
> > >
> >
> > I'm curious why someone would even consider using a tuple in this case
> > regardless. I think that much of the desire for tuple.index is because
> > people use a tuple where they could have a list, but either a) some
> > vestige of B&D language programming comes out and they want to make
> Maybe someone had to much alcohol when they were coding? Maybe they
> don't know better? Maybe they thought that an index method on a
> sequence made sense? Who are you to spoil their fun? Could it be that
> YOU are the B&D person?

If you want a language that just adds whatever methods anyone thinks
of, along with whatever aliases for it any can think of, to every data
type, you know where to find Ruby.

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