[Twisted-Python] SMTP patch

Bob Ippolito bob at redivi.com
Fri May 23 13:08:25 EDT 2003

On Friday, May 23, 2003, at 12:55 America/New_York, Jp Calderone wrote:

>>>     Interestingly, there was a thread on PyPy-dev on this subject.  
>>> I think
>>> I agree with the line of thinking that says "x in y" expresses the 
>>> intent
>>> more accurately and at a higher level than "a <= x < y".  xrange() 
>>> is a hack
>>> though, so I would use range() :)
>> Oops!  As you imply, that should've been "200 <= code < 300".  I 
>> still don't
>> like the idea of constructing 100 integers, even lazily, just to test
>> bounds, though.
>   Neither do I.  Python should optimize it.  ;)

I for one would be perfectly happy doing optimization on my own, when 
neccessary, if function calls sucked less :)


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