On 8 Sep 2016 02:48, "Guido van Rossum" email@example.com wrote:
On Wed, Sep 7, 2016 at 9:34 AM, Yury Selivanov firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for accepting the PEP! Will focus on the implementation now.
You're welcome! Good luck with the implementation.
@Nick, regarding the suggestion to use
[<expr> for <var> in async <iterable>]
[<expr> async for <var> in <iterable>]
I think the lack of grammaticality is actually a feature -- we don't want people to confuse `async <iterable>` with `await <iterable>`.
Aye, that problem occurred to me after my last post and is definitely a concern.
Python has no other postfix syntax like this (unless you count f(), d[k] or x.a as postfix) so I don't think people are likely to mistake this for an 'async' postfix on <expr> rather than a prefix on 'for'. Hopefully they've seen an 'async for' statement before they encounter an async comprehension.
I also realised that the worst case outcome I can see for the PEP 492 based syntax is some folks avoiding them in favour of the statement version because they don't like how the expression version reads (ala lambda), and as worst case scenarios go, that's not a particularly worrying one :)