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Author serhiy.storchaka
Recipients docs@python, fdrake, ncoghlan, r.david.murray, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, terry.reedy, wim.glenn
Date 2018-09-11.15:04:47
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I think that "types that are :term:`iterable` or implement the :meth:`__contains__` method" is too low-level for this section.

In this section we tell about builtin types. From those the types that support `in` and `not in` are list, tuple, dict, set, frozenset, str, bytes, bytearray, memoryview, and iterator types. We can just enumerate them or use general word. Calling the "sequence types" is not correct, but fortunately all of them are iterable, so that we can say just "iterable types described below". Or enumerate categories of types, as they are named in the below subsections: "iterator types, sequence types, str, binary sequence types, set types and dict", with links to corresponding subsections.
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