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lrange - unlimited xrange in pure Python

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lrange is a lazy range function for Python 2.x or xrange drop-in replacement for long integers.

lrange is a pure Python analog of the builtin range function from Python 3.x.

>>> from lrange import lrange
>>> r = lrange(2**100, 2**101, 2**100)
>>> len(r)
>>> for i in r:
...     print i,
>>> for i in r:
...     print i,
>>> 2**100 in r
>>> r[0], r[-1]
(1267650600228229401496703205376L, 1267650600228229401496703205376L)
>>> L = list(r)
>>> L2 = [1, 2, 3]
>>> L2[:] = r
>>> L == L2 == [2**100]

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