Is there a canonical way to check whether an iterable is ordered?
steve+comp.lang.python at pearwood.info
Fri Sep 19 07:04:51 CEST 2014
> My function gets an iterable of an unknown type. I want to check whether
> it's ordered. I could check whether it's a `set` or `frozenset`, which
> would cover many cases, but I wonder if I can do better. Is there a nicer
> way to check whether an iterable is ordered or not?
See the collections.abc module:
I think what you want is:
Prior to 3.3, you would use:
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