Backport of the python 3.X `range` class
Backports the python 3.X range class as a replacement for python 2.X range functions. The range class is similar to xrange in that its values are computed on demand - however, the range class is actually a lazy sequence: it supports indexing, membership testing and other sequence features.
This implementation provides all features introduced and documented in python 3.3.
Features are tested against the Python 3.6 unittests for range.
The following python versions are tested explicitly:
- python (aka CPython): 2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5
- pypy: pypy2, pypy3
There is no official support for Cython yet.
Some features depending on language features or other modules may not be available:
- Comparing range against other types does not throw TypeError in python 2.X.
This packages includes parts of the python documentation (http://www.python.org) Copyright (C) 2001-2016 Python Software Foundation. Licensed under the Python Software Foundation License.
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