[Tutor] printing answers
rmkrauter at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 5 19:21:47 EST 2004
On Thu, 2004-02-05 at 18:55, Karl Pfl=C3=A4sterer wrote:
That bad, huh? I've made much worse posts than this one.
> But you lose information the way you wrote the code
Well, actually you don't lose any information because you still have
list_of_strings available. If you want to append items to arrays in the
dict instead of keeping a count in the dict, that's fine too. I guess I
misunderstood; I thought he just wanted a list of unique entries,
regardless of case.=20
> Furthermore try / except without an explicit error condition is
> dangerous. You also catch errors you perhaps didn't think about.
Good point. That was sloppy. I figured I could get away with it in a 5
line program, but you're right.=20
Thanks for the feedback.
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