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Author hagen
Recipients amaury.forgeotdarc, dangyogi, hagen, kcarnold, terry.reedy
Date 2010-08-05.08:55:49
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IIUC, the only change you suggest for my patch is using "finite iterable" instead of "sequence" or "iterable", right?

I've looked at the docs and there seems to be no precedent for "finite iterable". I think it's just as obvious that the iterable has to yield a correct (and finite) number of parameters as the fact that "list(itertools.count())" is a bad idea. So for consistency I would like to keep "iterable".
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