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Author nikratio
Recipients arigo, ethan.furman, nikratio, rhettinger
Date 2013-10-30.18:41:58
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The workaround is trivial, but there is no technical necessity for it, and it involves copying the entire dict into a list purely for.. what exactly? I guess I do not understand the drawback of allowing changes. What is wrong with

    for key in ordered_dict:
        if some_condition:
            del ordered_dict[key]

to be working? Is it really just the fact that the above could does not work for regular dicts?
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