steve at REMOVE.THIS.cybersource.com.au
Sun Jun 3 03:24:57 CEST 2007
On Sat, 02 Jun 2007 11:25:04 -0700, Warren Stringer wrote:
> Since `a()` translates to `a() for a in b` then the error would be the exact
> same `TypeError: 'str' object is not callable`
Not in any language called Python I know of.
Supposedly 28 years programming experience, and you can't even see the
_serious_ problems with "a()" --> "a() for a in b". Well, that explains a
lot about the lousy state of so many programming projects.
What's b? Given "a()", how does the compiler identify which b is the one
to look at? How does the recursive reference to a() terminate?
> For now, I am out of here!
Please don't come back until you have a clue.
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