[Python-ideas] x=(yield from) confusion [was:Yet another alternative name for yield-from]
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Sun Apr 12 08:02:16 CEST 2009
Nick Coghlan wrote:
> We already have a general caveat in the docs saying that an
> implementation is allowed (or sometimes even required) to bypass normal
> attribute lookup for special methods defined by the language.
However, in 2.x it's not obvious that next() is a special
method, because it doesn't have an __xxx__ name.
I think what I'll do is this:
* Use Python 3 syntax for the expansion, and write
next(_i) instead of _i.next().
* Not say anything one way or the other about cacheing
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