Is there an unbounded version of
xrange for Python 2), or is it necessary to define it manually? For example
squares = (x*x for x in range(n))
can only give me a generator for the squares up to
(n-1)**2, and I can’t see any obvious way to call
range(infinity) so that it just keeps on truckin’.
You’re describing the basic use of
import itertools squares = (x*x for x in itertools.count())