[Python-Dev] Ruby-style Blocks in Python [Pseudo-PEP]
tav at espians.com
Sun Mar 8 16:13:01 CET 2009
Apologies for bringing up an old issue, but I think I've worked out a
Pythonic syntax for doing Ruby-style blocks. The short of it is:
with employees.select do (emp):
if emp.salary > developer.salary:
I explain in detail in this blog article:
It covers everything from why these are useful to a proposal of how
the new ``do`` statement and __do__ function could work.
Let me know what you think.
My apologies if I've missed something obvious. Thanks!
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