On 2019-11-06 05:40, Andrew Barnert via Python-ideas wrote:
While we’re at it, when you replace both = and := with an arrow, what do you do with += and the other augmented assignments? I can’t think of a single-character symbol that visually represents that meaning. If you leave it as + followed by an arrow, or try to come up with some new digraph, now we have the worst of both worlds, Unicode soup: operators that are digraphs and not visually meaningful while also not being typeable.
U+2B32 ⬲ LEFT ARROW WITH CIRCLED PLUS
But there would need to be more. I didn't find any obvious for: -=