Why bool( object )?
Fri May 1 10:56:50 CEST 2009
Steven D'Aprano <steve at REMOVE-THIS-cybersource.com.au> writes:
> (2) Why assume that a, b and c are sequences with a fast __len__ method?
> They might be (say) linked lists that take O(N) to calculate the length,
> or binary trees that don't even have a length, but can be iterated over.
Why assume they have a bool method? Or a __or__ operator?
> for seq in [a,b,c]:
> if len(seq) > 0:
> for x in seq:
for seq in [a,b,c]:
if sum(1 for x in imap(do_something_with, seq)) > 0:
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