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If you don't need objects for a long time it does seem silly to construct an object, initialise it, then destroy it and discard it. Especially as memory allocation can be expensive. The touring knight problem is a maths problem that takes the movement of a knight in chess and attempts to find a path around a two dimensional board such that every single square is visited exactly once. There are no comments on this post. Why Don't You Use virtualenvwrapper? Thu, 9th Sep 2010 04:17:53. If you're a python pr...