dwightdhutto at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 02:16:03 CEST 2012
>>> I'm not a professional programmer, so I might be way off base here.
You mean you haven't dealt with this subject yet...
But what I like about Pythons modulo solution is that I can use it to
right and left shift in lists or tuples, and I will link to the first
element when I right shift past the last element and link to the last
element when I left shift past the first element. In other words I can
consider the last as a chain where the last and the first element are
connected. This I find useful in surprisingly many situations.
It's uised for, what it's used for, until you know the full lower
level implementation/parsing of objects like immutables(tuples), and
> Certainly, but you've never had to do that with lists or tuples having
> negative lengths. It's a negative modulus that I'm complaining about.
Can you show some example code here?
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