[Python-ideas] Revised**5 PEP on yield-from
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Fri Mar 6 11:11:24 CET 2009
2009/3/6 Ron Adam <rrr at ronadam.com>:
> Greg Ewing wrote:
> So when A.next() is called it in effect does a C.next() instead. Is that
> correct? And when C's yield statement is executed, it needs to return the
> value to A's caller.
This is what the toy python implementation that I posted last month
does. I think Jacob Holm did something more sophisticated that does
this as well (I haven't seen it!).
> So the .next() methods need to be passed up, while the yield return path
> needs to be passed down?
Can you draw a picture? :)
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