[Python-Dev] Re: new syntax for wrapping (PEP 318)

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Thu Feb 26 07:12:29 EST 2004

"Shalabh Chaturvedi" <shalabh at cafepy.com> writes:

> I completely agree. This is the second-most elegant syntax, the
> most-elegant being:
> def classmethod func(a, b, c):
> Has this been completely rejected?

I think it would be pretty hard to implement, parsing wise.

Also, I think it risks being NAME soup.  Punctuation isn't in-and-of-
itself a bad thing!


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