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Tue Mar 6 11:37:38 CET 2007
En Tue, 06 Mar 2007 06:15:03 -0300, Ayaz Ahmed Khan <ayaz at dev.slash.null>
> "Joshua.R.English at gmail.com" typed:
>>> Tommy Grav schrieb:
>>> For this case, there are list comprehensions (or map, but you shouldn't
>>> use it any longer):
>> I didn't see anything in the docs about this. Is map going away or is
>> it considered un-Pythonic now?
> Most everywhere I've read about map() and filter() seemed to
> discourage their use stating that they're becoming depreciated (with the
> exception of Dive Into Python which advocates use of these two functions
> in preference to even list comprehensions, if I've read it properly).
reduce() will disappear on Python 3.0; map and filter may stay.
See http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-3100/ and
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