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Use of apply() function

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I have gone thru ActiveState Python help for the apply() function.They say that this method is depricated in 2.3 Version.I would like to know whether this function can be used.If so,when can this function will be used.Sample snippet of the code will help me to understand the ussage of this function .

Aug 21 '07 #1
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The use of apply() is equivalent to function(*args, **keywords)
Deprecated since release 2.3. Use the extended call syntax instead, as described above.
Aug 21 '07 #2

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