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Author terry.reedy
Recipients arigo, brett.cannon, docs@python, fijall, loewis, lukasz.langa, pitrou, terry.reedy
Date 2011-05-23.22:06:57
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The __sizeof__ special attribute shows up in dir(object) but appears not to be documented other than with

>>> help(object.__sizeof__)
Help on method_descriptor:
__sizeof__(...)
    __sizeof__() -> size of object in memory, in bytes

Should it have an entry in Lib 4.12. Special Attributes?

object.__sizeof__
    A method used by sys.getsizeof.

It should then show up in the index (missing now) and point people to sys.getsizeof.  Looking further, I see that it is mentioned but not indexed in the sys.getsizeof entry.
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2011-05-23 22:06:58terry.reedysetrecipients: + terry.reedy, loewis, brett.cannon, arigo, pitrou, docs@python, lukasz.langa, fijall
2011-05-23 22:06:57terry.reedysetmessageid: <1306188417.88.0.664662926829.issue10994@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
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