Andrew Barnert via Python-ideas writes:
> [A] context manager seems perfect. It allows you to hint any
> statement, including a loop statement, by adding whatever code you
> want that gets run before and after the statement.
I wonder: The analogy "decorator : function :: with : suite" seems
useful here. Is it useful in general?
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