Vote on PEP 308: Ternary Operator
iko at cd.chalmers.se
Sun Mar 2 19:48:01 CET 2003
In article <b3tfqc$5p8$1 at newshost.accu.uu.nl>,
Martijn Faassen <m.faassen at vet.uu.nl> wrote:
>Should I really need to figure out which of the options I
>dislike *least* and then give examples of them? And then reject them?
>Why do I need to put in all that effort when I just don't want any of them?
>Perhaps some people were rather focused on the PEP 308 discussions and thinks
>everybody voting wants to be caught up in them as well? Now I basically
>have to end up picking some from a list of ternary operator candidates,
>and then reject them, right? How are people who don't bother to spend
>this much time trying to figure it out going to figure it out?
Hmm, there was the Q option (fill-in). So if nothing else, you can always
come up with 3 randomly horrendous syntaxes, and then reject those three.
Of course, you also have to just how horrendous you syntax is...
-- Of course I'm crazy, but that doesn't mean I'm wrong.
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