[Python-ideas] The "in"-statement
wuwei23 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 04:53:44 CET 2012
On Nov 6, 5:39 am, Markus Unterwaditzer <mar... at unterwaditzer.net>
> I thought it would be neat if i could do::
> in obj:
> first_attr = "value"
> second_attr = "value2"
My concern is that it would promote its own code flow at the expense
of readability. It's great for simple assignment, but doesn't allow
for anything else:
first_attr = function1()
temp_var_not_an_attr = function2(first_attr)
second_attr = function2(temp_var_not_an_attr)
And what is the expected behaviour for something like:
first_attr = "FOO"
first_attr = "BAR"
second_attr = first_attr
Is obj.second_attr "FOO" or "BAR"? How do I distinguish between outer
& inner scope labels?
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