Python Interview Questions
roy at panix.com
Mon Nov 19 15:59:19 CET 2012
OK, I've just read back over the whole thread. I'm really struggling to
understand what point you're trying to make. I started out by saying:
> Use a list when you need an ordered collection which is mutable (i.e.
> can be altered after being created). Use a tuple when you need an
> immutable list (such as for a dictionary key).
To which you obviously objected. So now you write:
> I think a tuple is an immutable sequence of items, and a list is a
> mutable sequence of items.
So how is that different from what I said? Is this whole argument
boiling down to your use of "immutable sequence" vs. my use of
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