[Python-Dev] Coroutines, generators, function calling
ark at acm.org
Thu Oct 20 01:17:05 CEST 2005
> We yield values from inside for loops all over the place, but the
> yielded value is very rarely just the index value (only 1 of 14 yields)
> , but something calculated from the index value, so the new syntax would
> not be useful, unless it was something that provided access to the index
> item as a variable, like:
> yield foo(i) for i in x
> which barely saves you anything (a colon, a newline, and an indent).
> (hey wait, isn't that a generator comprehension?
Here's a use case:
yield from preorder(tree.left)
yield from preorder(tree.right)
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