"Canonical" way of deleting elements from lists

Robert Latest boblatest at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 9 21:07:10 CET 2008


Sion Arrowsmith wrote:
> Robert Latest  <boblatest at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> BTW, where can I find all methods of the built-in types? 
>>Section 3.6 only talks about strings and mentions the list append() method 
>>only in an example. Am I too stupid to read the manual, or is this an 
>>omission?
>
> 3.6 talks about features common to all "sequence" types. Strings
> are discussed specifically in 3.6.1 ("String Methods"). Lists are
> similarly discussed in 3.6.4 ("Mutable Sequence Types").

OK, the latter then. Too stupid. Thanks ;-)

robert



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