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Is pythonic version of scanf() or sscanf() planned?

 
 
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      10-13-2009

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> In article <(E-Mail Removed)>,
> ryniek90 <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
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>> But I remember that lambda function also was unwelcome in Python, but
>> finally it is and is doing well. So maybe someone, someday decide to
>> put in Python an alternative, really great implementation of scanf() ?
>>

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> How long have you been using Python? lambda has been there almost from
> the beginning.
>


Otherwise - community wanted to kick of lambda, but ultimately left it.
Yes, i made mistake - lambda is almost from the beginning.
 
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