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Author rhettinger
Recipients brett.cannon, christian.heimes, eric.smith, exarkun, loewis, ncoghlan, rhettinger, ross.light
Date 2009-02-04.22:33:50
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> Eric Smith <> added the comment:
> "... as a named tuple" works for me. I'll go with that. Thanks!


Remember, "named tuple" is a concept, not a class.  It is anything that
provides attribute access as an alternative to indexed access (see the
definition in the glossary where time.struct_time is given as an
example).  Running the collections.named_tuple() factory function
creates a new class with named tuple features, but it is just one of
several ways of creating named tuples.
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