I'm wrong or Will we fix the ducks limp?
Very briefly because I hope to shot down eloquently.
Python is beautiful and is supposed to be a duck typed language, Yes?
Then if I create and assign to a new variable with a list action why does the duck not quack?
It feels wrong to spend a line writing what is already obvious
"""Get a File or List of Files.
From the list of files determine
what meetings exist and prepare them
to be parsed
pyqFiles = 
for filename in sorted(file_list):
pyqFiles = pyqFiles.append(pq(filename=my_dir + filename))
Here I have to write that pyqFiles is a list before I take an explicit list action and append to it, if i create a variable and make it quack a list isn't it a list?
Assuming the answer is going to be that some methods apply to multiple types if not then what is happening?
PS I am really having a lot of fun coding.