[docs] [issue37082] Assignment expression symbol (walrus) not in built-in help()
Terry J. Reedy
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Fri May 31 17:55:03 EDT 2019
Terry J. Reedy <tjreedy at udel.edu> added the comment:
The augmented assignment symbol, like that for plain assignment, is not, properly speaking, an operator. But it definitely is a symbol that needs to be documented.
1. Generally update the help symbol list.
2. Document :=, assignment expression, in the regular docs, but I found nothing.
':=' should be on https://docs.python.org/3.8/genindex-Symbols.html just ':(colon)'.
'expression' should be listed under 'assignment on
I think 'assignment' should be listed under 'expression' on
I could not find anything in the expressions chapter.
title: Assignment expression operator (walrus) not in built-in help() -> Assignment expression symbol (walrus) not in built-in help()
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