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Author pitrou
Recipients georg.brandl, jmillikin, pitrou, rhettinger
Date 2009-05-14.18:24:29
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I understand this is indeed unintuitive. The reason list objects support
the C "mapping protocol" in 3.x is that it is how slicing of lists (and
tuples, for that matter) is implemented. Perhaps the documentation
should carry a warning about this.

Unfortunately, right now there is no easy way in C to check that an
object implements a given ABC.
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