[Python-Dev] LOAD_NAME & classes
24 Apr 2002 12:13:12 +0100
Tim Peters <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> [Michael Hudson, on UnboundLocalErrors]
> > ...
> > Wouldn't it be nice if these were flagged at compile time! More work
> > for Jeremy <wink>.
> As will (or already has <wink>) been pointed out, the compiler can only
> guess, and can't always guess right (it could err on the side of bothering
> you without cause, though).
That's what I was implying, yes.
> PyChecker goes a long way already. Java has a mass of "definite
> assignment" rules instead, which in effect decree that you must
> write code in such a way that the compiler can always guess right.
Are these explained in an easy to digest form somewhere?
I saw `cout' being shifted "Hello world" times to the left and
stopped right there. -- Steve Gonedes