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Author nikratio
Recipients arigo, ethan.furman, nikratio, rhettinger
Date 2013-10-30.18:45:51
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Ethan: when you say "..the more there is to remember", what exactly do you mean? I can see that it is important to remember that you're *not allowed* to make changes during iteration for a regular dict. But is there really a significant cognitive burden if it were allowed for ordered dicts? You're not forced to use the feature, since you can still safely continue to use ordered dicts like regular dicts.
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