On 20.09.15 09:46, Random832 wrote:
Serhiy Storchaka firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
On 19.09.15 07:21, Guido van Rossum wrote:
I do, but at least the '?' is part of an operator, not part of the name (as it is in Ruby?).
What to do with the "in" operator?
This is one of those things where we've got to decide which side it applies to. None can be in a list, but not a string. And nothing can be in None.
All operators are either identifiers ("in", "is", "not"), or nonalphabetic. Not mixes. There is no the "in=" operator and I guess shouldn't be "?in".