any() and all() shorthand
ggpolo at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 20:29:03 CET 2008
2008/1/7, castironpi at gmail.com <castironpi at gmail.com>:
> > You are too late, any and all are built-in into python 2.5
> Hi, excellent. Now how about something more generic, possibly:
> [ x.y() for x or _next_ in c ]
> where the context of _next_ is limited in complexity, and/or can only
> occur in a generator?
Would you care to explain what that syntax supposedly means ? By
_next_ you mean something like the next method in generators ? _next_
executes if x is false ? so whatever _next_ returns is named as x, so
you can call x.y() ? I really didn't get your new syntax inside that
list comprehension, neither its uses.
-- Guilherme H. Polo Goncalves
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