[Python-ideas] Lambda again: unnamed arguments
rasky at develer.com
Thu Mar 27 12:25:41 CET 2008
inspired by Greg's post about ideas on making the lambda syntax more
x,y => x+y
I was wondering if using unnamed arguments had already been debated.
where basically you're declaring implicitally declaring that your lambda
takes two arguments. You wouldn't be able to call them through keyword
arguments, nor to accept a variable number of arguments (nor to accept
more arguments than they are actually used), but wouldn't it cover most
use cases and be really compact?
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