[Python-ideas] About list comprehension syntax

Georg Brandl g.brandl at gmx.net
Fri Jun 1 11:34:12 CEST 2007

Jan Kanis schrieb:
> On Wed, 30 May 2007 12:41:51 +0200, Arnaud Delobelle  
> <arno at marooned.org.uk> wrote:
>> (3') [x in L if p(x)]
> I like the idea as well. It doesn't look ambiguous to me. 'if' can only  
> appear as a statement or in conjunction with an 'else', so this expression  
> can't mean anything else imo.

Tell that to the LL(1) parser ;)


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