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Aahz
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      04-04-2009
In article <(E-Mail Removed)>,
Luis Gonzalez <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
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>Yes, I know the python approach is to use built-ins.
>But wouldn't it be cool if we could do mydict.values().tolist()
>instead?
>It would be more regular and intuitive and readable from an OO point
>of view.
>In my oppinion, this would be cleaner.
>Built-ins used like this look like an early decission made when
>designing an imperative language.


What kind of language do you think Python is?
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