Question #72

All iterables store all elements in memory.

Not all iterables store all element in memory. For instance, whilst lists and strings store all elements in memories, Python 3's range() generate them on the fly as needed. (stackoverflow.com/questions/36619152/do-pythons-iterables...)


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