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Author rhettinger
Recipients Julian, eric.araujo, eric.snow, giampaolo.rodola, ncoghlan, nikratio, rhettinger, smarnach
Date 2011-12-22.01:41:51
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"I put my version up as a cookbook recipe:"

One other idea is to model what I've done with the itertools docs by adding a recipe section.  I used it as an incubator for possible new itertools; as a set of tested cut-and-pasteable recipes; and to serve as an instructive guide for learning about how to build iterators.  A nice side benefit of posting code in the docs is that I was free to change, improve, or remove the recipes over time (the contrasts with real additions to the standard library which are hard to change once they are released).
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