On 02/05/16 23:34, Koos Zevenhoven wrote:
It seems to me the signal-to-noise ratio of this thread is getting worse.
I tend to agree.
Déjà vu (or French for 'already seen', if unicode fails you).
What has translating one human language phrase to another human language got to do with Unicode?
What I'm suggesting (in addition to the actual suggestion) is not to allow plain .attr attribute access inside a with statement "with multiple expressions". Kind of the same way as, for instance, break and continue are not allowed outside loops:
You're now suggesting that the lexer/parser changes behaviour dynamically depending on what has been seen before.
Kind of the same way as, for instance, break and continue are not allowed outside loops:
Not the same thing at all. Those are absolute syntax rules. What you are suggesting is conditional based on context.