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2017/09/13 ??3:04 "Rick Johnson" <rantingrickjohnson at gmail.com>:
> were i to be less generous I would suggest that you had
> deliberately picked the worst python method you could think
> of to make the point
Feel free to offer a better solution if you like. INADA
Naoki offered a good solution for Python3 folks, but AFAIK,
set comprehensions are not avialable as a backported "future
feature" for Python2 folks. And surely not for Python1
FYI, it was backported to Python 2.7.
As a OSS maintainer, I and many common libraries drop Python 2.6 support
So I can use it even when I can't drop Python 2 supprt yet.