ncoghlan at iinet.net.au
Wed Jan 21 22:57:36 EST 2004
Josiah Carlson wrote:
>>The meaning of d[k] is significantly different in section A than it was
>>in section B.
> For most any reasonable program, previous lines of execution determine
> the context of later lines.
True. I guess it was more a matter of dictionaries acquiring a piece of
'magical state' which had fairly profound non-local effects on their
The dictionaries 'default value' just seems to be something that
shouldn't change, whereas the actual data stored in the dictionary
changes all the time.
Still, I can't even convince myself that there's actually anything to be
concerned about there, so that's the last I'll say about it.
Nick Coghlan | Brisbane, Australia
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