[Python-Dev] Making None a keyword

Barry A. Warsaw barry@zope.com
Fri, 26 Apr 2002 08:51:14 -0400

>>>>> "GvR" == Guido van Rossum <guido@python.org> writes:

    GvR> I just realized there's another use for None as an identifier
    GvR> that is currently totally legal and which would become
    GvR> illegal: it's conceivable that someone would use None as an
    GvR> attribute name, e.g.

    |     class C:
    |         def None(self): pass

    GvR>     C().None()

That reminds me, I wonder if we should dust off the old Jython idea of
allowing keywords in locations where their non-keywordness is obvious?

C().print()-ly y'rs,