[Python-ideas] Implied try blocks
ironfroggy at gmail.com
Mon Mar 26 14:38:09 CEST 2012
On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 6:59 AM, anatoly techtonik <techtonik at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 25, 2012 at 5:15 PM, Calvin Spealman <ironfroggy at gmail.com> wrote:
>> r = some_single_statement()
>> except TypeError:
>> print "oh no!"
>> raise OhNoException()
>> p = prepare(r)
>> print "I got", p
> -1, because.. When I reading this and encounter "except TypeError", I
> have to update the code that I've already read (the stuff in my head)
> to place it into exception handling block. That's a good anti-pattern
> for readability.
The idea i was hoping to pull off here is that every statement was,
implicitly, a try block and any exception raised by it could have
handlers associated, and a block that would only follow if it did not
raise an exception.
However, I never thought it was a great idea, but this is python-ideas
not python-good-ideas ;-)
Steven has already convinced me it was a bad idea from a maintenance standpoint.
> anatoly t.
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