[Python-ideas] Implicit String Concatenation
eoghan at qatano.com
Wed Apr 11 18:23:46 CEST 2007
Thanks for your replies:
On 4/11/07, Georg Brandl <g.brandl at gmx.net> wrote:
> No, please! The concatenation of string literals is done in the parser.
Your proposal would move that to runtime [snip...]
An implementation detail?
[...snip] and introduce a "whitespace operator".
> How would you spell that? How would you overload it? etc.
This is exactly what I'm proposing. You could spell it __juxta__ short for
juxtaposition or __concat__, and overload it as usual :-)
On 11/04/07, Collin Winter <collinw at gmail.com> wrote:
A single-width whitespace operator would just be confusing since PEP
> 3117 will be using zero-width spaces for the None typedef : )
3117 looks cool, but it is in draft stages so needn't factor.
Anyone with any positive reactions?
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