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Author rhettinger
Recipients berker.peksag, gvx, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2017-10-02.16:57:25
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> What is a reason of making req_rate a named tuple?

I don't know the original reason but it seems like a normal use of named tuples to make the data more self-describing to help with debugging and also to support field access by name, rr.requests or rr.seconds is clearer than rr[0] or rr[1].
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