Function returns a function
gnb at itga.com.au
Wed Sep 7 04:29:24 CEST 2005
Paul Rubin wrote:
> def FunctionMaker(avar, func, label):
> def callback():
> return callback
I've seen this idiom a lot and I know _what_ it does..... but I can't
work _how_ it does it. How does the name binding work so that "avar" in
the returned function still references the object passed into the
(long-distant!) FunctionMaker() call?
Web pages / turotial ptrs etc gladly accepted.
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