This is mostly a naming/style/consistency question.

One observes that `dropwhile`

drops the first element for which the function given returns `True`

.

Yet `filterfalse`

returns the iterable with the elements for which the function returns `False`

.

The logic of these two is exactly opposite.

Now, of course, one can invert the logic of the function to get the opposite results, but it seems to me that having a method called `filtertrue`

that can have inverted logic to return what `filterfalse`

does seems rather more natural than where we are now.

I was wondering if anyone knew the history here or if there are obvious use cases that drove this choice.