[Tutor] Fastest way to iterate through a file

elis aeris hunter92383 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 2 01:13:38 CEST 2007

in that case, can we talk about what this is?

import array

def f7(list):
    return array.array('B', list).tostring()

f7([97, 98, 99])


It's only one line, and it's faster than for(), getting through this one
might just end my quest for
optimized python source code. (then i ll begin the hacking on the psycho and
things ...)

so,   array is a module,  and then from that, a function called array is
called, and then


what does it mean ?
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