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For lists, yoda-indexing this package provides.

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yodalist pre-release

Yoda-indexed lists in Python.

Yoda-indexing follows this pattern: 0, 4, 5, 6, 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, etc. Inspired by the ordering used in the


0. Stress the importance of zero-indexing: We're not savages here.
4. Add functionality tests
5. Add RaisesError tests
6. Package to a wheel, etc. 
1. Add to pip, conda, other package managers.
2. Add install instructions
3. Add something else snarky here
7. Post to HackerNews or ProgrammerHumor or something, because this is how career-building works in 2022


There are three ways to use this package:

  1. Simply copy-and-paste the src/ file to your project.

  2. (todo) Install via PIP

  3. (todo) Build and install on your own.


>>> from yodalist import yodalist
>>> mylist = yodalist(['hello', 'world', 'i', 'am', 'a', 'yoda', 'list', '!!!'])
>>> for ii in range(len(mylist)):
...     print(ii, mylist[ii])
0 hello
1 a
2 yoda
3 list
4 world
5 i
6 am
7 !!!

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