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xrange(stop) -> xrange object
xrange(start, stop[, step]) -> xrange object

Like range(), but instead of returning a list, returns an object that
generates the numbers in the range on demand.  For looping, this is 
slightly faster than range() and more memory efficient.

src/a/p/AppMetrics-0.3/appmetrics/statistics.py   AppMetrics(Download)
from .exceptions import StatisticsError
from .py3comp import xrange, iteritems
    if count:
        bins = [i * width + min_ for i in xrange(1, count + 1)]
        bins = [min_]