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Author jfine2358
Recipients docs@python, jfine2358
Date 2018-08-14.07:52:27
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The docs contain a very useful page However, the search feature does not index the glossary.

Thus, the search does not produce the helpful glossary entry
An object capable of returning its members one at a time. Examples of iterables include all sequence types (such as list, str, and tuple) and some non-sequence types like dict, file objects, and objects of any  [...]

#788509 is the only docs issue I could find, whose title contains glossary. It gives insight into the thoughts then about the tutorial. In msg44460 Skip Montaro says (1) that the glossary is "for the tutorial", and (2) he'd like to improve links into the tutorial. 

I suggest that part of the fix for this issue is on the home page page Glossary in the first grouping "Parts of the documentation."
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