why brackets & commas in func calls can't be ommited? (maybe it could be PEP?)
openopt at ukr.net
Wed Mar 21 17:40:36 CET 2007
>foo bar baz
1st still is shorter by 1 char; considering majority of people use
space after comma & number of parameters can be big it yileds
foo bar baz bar2 bar3 bar4
foo(bar, baz, bar2, bar3, bar4)
> result = func1
for this case should using
result = func1()
+ remaining function defenitions
def myfun(param1, param2,...,paramk, *args, **kwargs)
> How would you write "a = b(c())"?
a = b c()
>So what should "a b c d" be?
>(a, b, c, d)
>a(b, c, d)
>a(b, (c, d))
I mentioned above that it should be 2nd case
>I don't know how caml resolves these ambiguities, or even if caml resolves
Yes, he does it perfectly, hence Python could have same abilities. But
I don't insist anything, I only proposed. Since majority disagreed
with the proposition, it don't worth further discussion.
P.S. Steven, many people aren't able speak English as good as you, so
do I. I hope majority of readers will forgive me for wasting their
costly attantion & time.
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