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bugs at iter file() ?

Python 2.3.4, winxp:

I have a large text file that unknowingly contains ascii
character 1A, or chr(26). And doing this:

for line in file(sys.argv[1]):
print line

would stop iteration at the specific line containing ascii
char 1A, without raising exception or warning, although
there were still remaining lines which has not been
iterated. I was wondering whether this was a bug in


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