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Author daniel.urban
Recipients amaury.forgeotdarc, dangyogi, daniel.urban, hagen, kcarnold, terry.reedy
Date 2011-03-06.12:35:11
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I think the patch isn't entirely correct.  It uses PyIter_Check for detecting the case when an *iterable* raises TypeError, but that function actually checks for an *iterator*.  The check on the tp_iter member mentioned by Amaury Forgeot d'Arc probably would be better, but even that wouldn't detect every iterable: "Its presence normally signals that the instances of this type are iterable (although sequences may be iterable without this function)." (  (Apparently any object with a __getitem__ is iterable.  By the way, also doesn't detect this case.)
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