Index range replacement
Sourcery refactoring id:
Replace item lookups in loops using the index with direct reference to the items
for i in range(len(currencies)): print(currencies[i])
for currency in currencies: print(currency)
A pattern that is often used in Python for loops is to use
generate a range of numbers that can be iterated over.
If the index
i is only used to do list access this code can be improved by iterating
over the list directly, as in the above example.
This code is easier to understand, and a lot less cluttered. In particular being able to use
a meaningful name for
currency greatly improves readability.
Note that this refactoring will only trigger where Sourcery can determine that
the collection (
currencies in this case) is a list.