Pat at junk.net
Sun Feb 8 07:51:32 EST 2009
Gabriel Genellina wrote:
> En Wed, 04 Feb 2009 12:38:04 -0200, Pat <Pat at junk.net> escribió:
>> Andreas Waldenburger wrote:
>>> On Sat, 31 Jan 2009 13:27:02 -0500 Pat <Pat at junk.net> wrote:
>>>> Tobiah wrote:
>>>>> Just out of curiosity, why was len() made to
>>>>> be it's own function? I often find myself
>>>>> typing things like my_list.len before I
>>>>> catch myself.
>>>> I'm surprised that no one responded to that question.
>>> Huh? Gabriel Genellina replied about 46 minutes after it was posted.
>>> Might it be that your newsserver is a bit laggy?
>> Might be laggy. Who knows.
>> Why didn't you answer the len() question?
> Why should he? Why didn't you look for the answer yourself, after being
> told that it existed? Why do you expect *us* to repeat ourselves again
> and again? Don't be so lazy...
Why do *us* feel obligated to respond? Is there a gun pointed at your
heads forcing to giving a bellicose responses?
Who is this *us*? A secret society? An exclusive club?
New rule: If you don't like a question or a post, simply ignore it. We
don't enjoy your snarky repartee.
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