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Atomically increments a key's value.
google.appengine.api.memcache.incr( key, delta=1, namespace=None, initial_value=None )
Internally, the value is a unsigned 64-bit integer. Memcache doesn't check 64-bit overflows. The value, if too large, will wrap around.
Unless an initial_value is specified, the key must already exist
in the cache to be incremented. To initialize a counter, either
specify initial_value or
set() it to the initial value, as an
ASCII decimal integer. Future
get()s of the key, post-increment,
will still be an ASCII decimal value.
||Key to increment. If an iterable collection, each one of the keys will be offset. See Client's docstring for details.|
||Non-negative integer value (int or long) to increment key by, defaulting to 1.|
||a string specifying an optional namespace to use in the request.|
||initial value to put in the cache, if it doesn't already exist. The default value, None, will not create a cache entry if it doesn't already exist.|
If key was a single value, the new long integer value, or None if key
was not in the cache, could not be incremented for any other reason, or
a network/RPC/server error occurred.
If key was an iterable collection, a dictionary will be returned mapping supplied keys to values, with the values having the same meaning as the singular return value of this method.
||If number is negative.|
||If delta isn't an int or long.|