Multi-dimensional list initialization
ramit.prasad at jpmorgan.com
Tue Nov 6 18:32:12 CET 2012
Ian Kelly wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 1:21 AM, Andrew Robinson
> > See if you can find *any* python program where people desired the
> > multiplication to have the die effect that changing an object in one of the
> > sub lists -- changes all the objects in the other sub lists.
> > I'm sure you're not going to find it -- and even if you do, it's going to be
> > 1 program in 1000's.
> Per the last thread where we discussed extremely rare scenarios,
> shouldn't you be rounding "1 in 1000s" up to 20%? ;-)
Actually, I would be surprised if it was even 1 in 1000.
Of course, consistency makes it easier to learn and *remember*.
I value that far more than a minor quirk that is unlikely to
bother me now that I know of it. Well, at least not as long as
I do not forget my morning coffee/tea :)
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