[Python-3000] Alternatives to 'outer'
ntoronto at cs.byu.edu
Fri Oct 13 23:23:29 CEST 2006
> Did anyone else think "outies" and "innies" when reading the Subject:
The real question is who didn't?
Um, to put this back on track, by analogy, uh... outies are less
frequent in the general population, just like they should be in code. Or
Steven Bethard wrote:
> On 10/13/06, Talin <talin at acm.org> wrote:
>> The problem with 'nonlocal' is not that it's confusing, but that it's
>> ugly. And my guess is that there will be enough others that share the
>> same sentiment that adopting the word will be difficult.
> Not at all. Community sentiment about syntax is just not that
> important -- in the end, Guido will pick his favorite version and the
> rest of us will go along with it. (I personally think this is a
> wonderful thing because we'd never come to a consensus otherwise.)
> What this discussion needs now is not further keyword suggestions, but
> a PEP and an implementation.
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