dict view to list

Larry Riedel larryriedel at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 00:07:56 CEST 2009


I see list(x.f()) as like x.f().iter().list(), where "list()"
is a method of all "iterator" objects, and "iter()" is a method
of all "iterable" objects, and whatever object is returned by
x.f() is of a type which conforms to the "iterable" interface.
I am not saying this is the way things /should/ be, but if it
was, it would make sense to me.


Larry



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