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Author sproctor
Date 2004-12-09.05:37:16
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that would turn my example into PyArg_ParseTuple (tuple,
"Oi", _, &my_int);

I don't particularly care. I thought it was a good
suggestion. To me _ looks like a blank. I wouldn't really
want to use it in a format string for something besides an
any/none scenario. Your reasoning about preserving format
characters seems really weak.

You've never had a tuple where you didn't care about the
value of each element?

Somewhat separate topic. Could you say "PyArg_ParseTuple
(tuple, "Oi", NULL, &my_int);" ? I guess that would be a
less elegant way of doing what I intended.
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