"xxx.has_key(a)" vs "a in xxx"
orangewarrior at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 16:26:27 CET 2008
On Thursday 30 of October 2008 16:11:07 you wrote:
> On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 09:50:57 -0500
> Wow! That is so badly written. Both those statements could easily be
> read the opposite by someone reading the docs. Granted the latter is
> better and it is correct but it could be clearer the the user. It
> should be something like;
> """dict.has_key(key) is deprecated. Use "key in dict" instead."""
> IOW your explanation of the sentence is better than the sentence. :-)
I second this ;)
Thanks both of you for explanation.
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