Python is readable
Thu Mar 15 12:59:29 CET 2012
On 3/15/2012 12:47, Chris Angelico wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 10:27 PM, Kiuhnm
>> Your first example suggests that range(n) is a sequence iterator which
>> returns, if queried n times,
>> (which is a bit counterintuitive, IMHO).
> It's a little odd, perhaps, if seen in a vacuum. But everything counts
> from zero - list indices, etc - so it makes sense for range(len(lst))
> to return indices valid for lst.
Maybe range uses [...) intervals? So range(a,b) is a,a+1,a+2,...,b-1 and
range(b) is just short-hand for range(0,b)?
> List comps are pretty readable if you know how programming languages
> work. Python need not be readable by everyone and his grandmother, and
> it does a fairly good job of being grokkable to someone who has a few
> ranks in Coding. (Yeah, I'm a D&D nerd. )
I like what I've seen so far.
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