[docs] Explanation of the term "cell" in Python reference missing or hard to find
pf at artcom-gmbh.de
Fri Nov 9 16:46:00 CET 2012
while reading in the Python reference manual I stumbled about
this table entry:
"__closure__ : None or a tuple of cells that contain bindings for
the function’s free variables."
This text block is inherited unchanged from Python 2 as in
In both cases this is first and only use of the term "cell" in
the whole data model chapter. I believe the term cell can have
very different meanings in computer science (AFAIK: english
is not my native language) and should be better defined or
replaced by something else here. Or not?
Regards, Peter Funk
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