SPAM-LOW: Re: Function/method returning list of chars in string?
mwilson at the-wire.com
Wed Jun 10 17:49:10 EDT 2009
Terry Reedy wrote:
> Str.join takes any iterable of strings and constructs a string. Only
> str knows how to do that, though it could have a built-in that called a
> hypothetical .__join__ method. However, Python started with just one
> string type and there does not seem much use for joining an indefinite
> number of tuples or lists.
I can imagine
numbers = [655, 583, 675, 456, 496, 239, 888]
something = numbers.join (2)
but I can't imagine what it could possibly be for. Something in the
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