Beginning Python: Sorting lists of objects (Shallow Thoughts)

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Fri, 19 Aug 2011

Beginning Python: Sorting lists of objects

The Beginning Python class has pretty much died down -- although there are still a couple of interested students posting really great homework solutions, I think most people have fallen behind, and it's time to wrap up the course.

So today, I didn't post a formal lesson. But I did have something to share about how I used Python's object-oriented capabilities to solve a problem I had copying new podcast files onto my MP3 player. I used Python's built-in list sort() function, along with the easy way it lets me define operators like < and > for any object I define.

You can read all about it in my post to the Courses list describing how I sorted my list of podcast objects. Or just go straight to the final program, pods.

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