[Python-3000] Reminder: Py3k PEPs due by April
humberto at digi.com.br
Tue Apr 17 07:49:49 CEST 2007
On 10/04/2007, at 21:24, Greg Ewing wrote:
> Raymond Hettinger wrote:
>> Here's that I think might not need a PEP:
>> * Eliminate implicit string concatenation: "abc" "def"
>> in favor of an explicit + operation.
> -0.707. I've used languages where the only way of
> splitting a string over lines is to use concatenation,
> and it's tedious.
>> When there are multi-line concats, I think
>> the parenthesis serves us much better than a trailing \
> Which can be done perfectly well as things are:
> ('hello '
> 'world ')
Yes, but this causes subtle bugs when you forget a comma: what
should be the second parameter ends up in the first one. You run the
program with no syntax errors and later you'll find that e-mails are
being sent to 'me at domain.comHello!' or something like that.
As they say: just my 2 cents.
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