Lists

Some articles on lists, list:

Forward Caste
... The lists of Forward, Other Backward and Scheduled castes, and Scheduled tribes are compiled irrespective of religion ... The lists are subject to change from time to time, dependent upon social, educational and economic factors ... However, although lists are produced for those groups entitled to take advantage of the quotas, there is no such list for the forward caste group if a person does not belong to any of the ...
Fractional Cascading - Example
... We are given as input a collection of k ordered lists Li of real numbers, such that the total length Σ
Mojo (magazine) - Lists
... the magazine has taken to publishing many "Top 100" lists, including the subjects of drug songs (Mojo #109), rock epics (Mojo #125), protest songs (Mojo #126) and even the ... To celebrate 150 issues, the magazine published a "Top 100 Albums of Mojo's Lifetime" list (essentially 1993 onwards) ... The top five for this list were Grace - Jeff Buckley (1994) American Recordings - Johnny Cash (1994) OK Computer - Radiohead (1997) Time Out of Mind ...
EAFP - Literals - Lists, Tuples, Sets, Dictionaries
... Lists (class list) are mutable sequences of items of arbitrary types, and can be created either with the special syntax a_list = or using normal object creation a_second_list = list ... In earlier Python versions, sets would be created by calling initializing the set class with a list argument ...
Email Sender Accreditation - Overview - Accreditation Lists
... These lists use similar technology as block lists to reinforce the original goal of spam filtering companies and ISPs - to improve the accuracy and ... These lists are intended to help ensure email delivery from legitimate bulk and commercial email senders, and prevent them from being erroneously blocked as "spam" ...

Famous quotes containing the word lists:

    Behold the Atom—I preferred—
    To all the lists of Clay!
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    Behold then Septimus Dodge returning to Dodge-town victorious. Not crowned with laurel, it is true, but wreathed in lists of things he has seen and sucked dry. Seen and sucked dry, you know: Venus de Milo, the Rhine or the Coloseum: swallowed like so many clams, and left the shells.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    Most of our platitudes notwithstanding, self-deception remains the most difficult deception. The tricks that work on others count for nothing in that very well-lit back alley where one keeps assignations with oneself: no winning smiles will do here, no prettily drawn lists of good intentions.
    Joan Didion (b. 1934)