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On the rare occasion that you want to fill the sequences passed to zip() with a padding value, at least use something fast.
You can optionally specify a padding value other than None.



Using zip(names, values) may inadvertently eat some of your data when there are, e. g., fewer values than names. This is easy to fix with assert len(names) == len(values) if the arguments' length is known, but not if they are arbitrary iterables....



Did you ever have to write an initializer whose body consisted of little more than a suite of self.attr = attr style assignments? Here's a utility function that factors out this task.