On Wed, Jul 30, 2003 at 12:13:41PM -0500, Evan Simpson wrote:
> The explanation isn't that hard, at least for a user with a basic
> knowledge of data structures --
they have a basic knowledge of data structures but they can't be
taught to write a python script in about the same amount of time?
> you usually use key: with a dictionary,
> and item: with a sequence. The exception is when you have an integer
> key in a dictionary.
That exception does smell a bit funny...
having to say here/some_dict/item:0 just feels odd.
But I can't remember ever using integers as dictionary keys so it's
probably not worth fussing over. :-)
> I hope that the list above makes the consistency clearer.
actually it does help a bit, thanks.
hmm. It's not horrible :-)
I'm just still on the fence about whether we really need it.
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