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Re: Digest Number 31

I have made the python-iter@yahoogroups.com mailing list moderated, and will now start bouncing messages that are sent to it --- please move all discussion to:
Greg Wilson
Apr 21, 2001
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Re: [Python-iterators] Re: [Python-Dev] Shall I start adding iterat

I've redirected replies to python-iterators@.... The archives work now: http://www.geocrawler.com/lists/3/SourceForge/9283/0/ --Guido van
Guido van Rossum
Apr 20, 2001
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Re: Digest Number 30

... Greg Wilson: I second the motion. ... Yup. Being able to iterate directly over a dictionary's keys w/out listifying will make things more efficient, as
Greg Wilson
Apr 20, 2001
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Re: [Python-iterators] Re: [Python-Dev] Shall I start adding iterat

... The sentinel method is for use with existing functions, that return a sentinel value (like "" or None or whatever.) Comparing to those is not terribly
Thomas Wouters
Apr 20, 2001
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Re: [Python-Dev] Shall I start adding iterators to Python 2.2?

... I don't totally agree. Removing something from the trunk is not as easy as not adding it ;) But I agree that, since the *concept* of iterators, and the
Thomas Wouters
Apr 20, 2001
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Re: [Python-Dev] Shall I start adding iterators to Python 2.2?

[Guido] ... My answer is both! *Most* of what you described is no longer controversial; 2.2 is mondo pre-alpha (so we're not "stuck" with anything you check
Tim Peters
Apr 20, 2001
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Shall I start adding iterators to Python 2.2?

I've got a fairly complete implementation of iterators along the lines of Ping's PEP (slightly updated). This is available for inspection through CVS: just
Guido van Rossum
Apr 19, 2001
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reminder: this list is closing at the end of this week

Hi, folks. I'll be shutting down this list at the end of this week. Please subscribe to the python-iterators list through the Python SourceForge page before
Greg Wilson
Mar 28, 2001
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Re: closing this list on March 30

... There were msgs to the iterators list before. Perhaps not to the set list, thoough. Just sent a test msg to each.
Tim Peters
Mar 25, 2001
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Re: closing this list on March 30

... Not saying that it is, but this *could* be a standard mail man feature: until the first messages is posted, the archives don't exist. --Guido van Rossum
Guido van Rossum
Mar 25, 2001
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Re: closing this list on March 30

[Greg Wilson] ... I advise against it: of the three Python lists on SF, the "archives" link appears functional only for the python-numerics list. A mailing
Tim Peters
Mar 24, 2001
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closing this list on March 30

Hi, everyone. There is now a python-iterators list at SourceForge (go to python.sourceforge.net, look under lists). If you have not already subscribed to it,
Greg Wilson
Mar 22, 2001
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Re: Questioning the problem... how about __queryinterface__ ?

Thank you for responding -- evidently I'm not being clear (did you read the second post, and not the brain-dead first version?). ... __iter__ has two different
Clark C. Evans
Mar 17, 2001
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Re: Questioning the problem... how about __queryinterface__ ?

... I see nothing special about __iter__. It's just a common functionality of some kinds of objects, like __getitem__, keys, __len__, __str__ or readline. (The
qrczak@...
Mar 17, 2001
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Re: pull vs push (iterators vs sinks) -- what about sinks?

... This is already implemented: look at the Queue module: http://python.sourceforge.net/devel-docs/lib/module-Queue.html To push an item into the Queue, you
Guido van Rossum
Mar 16, 2001
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