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Author cool-RR
Recipients bquinlan, cool-RR, ethan.furman, jnoller, ncoghlan, paul.moore, pitrou, sbt
Date 2015-05-18.07:30:58
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Looks like this a recipe in the docs is where this ticket is headed.

I took my original example for `Executor.filter` and changed it using Brian's suggestion so now it uses ``. Please check it out. If someone other than me feels comfortable in putting it into the documentation page, I'll be happy if you could do that.

Possible issues:

This example uses `requests`, which isn't in the standard library.

I would say that this `for` line:

        for person in (person for person, filter_result in
                       zip(people,, people))
                       if filter_result):

Is a bit ugly, but since the consensus here is that this is better than implementing `Executor.filter`, so be it.
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