[Python-ideas] Mitigating 'self.' Method Pollution
storchaka at gmail.com
Sat Jul 11 18:37:00 CEST 2015
On 11.07.15 18:39, David Mertz wrote:
> On Jul 11, 2015 1:40 AM, "Nick Coghlan"
> <ncoghlan at gmail.com
> <mailto:ncoghlan at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > Alternative proposal:
> > def keep_moving_gravity(self):
> > .y += .gravity
> > .y = max(.y, 0)
> > .y = min(.y, height - 1)
> Assuming the parser could be made to handle this (which feels like a big
> stipulation), this variation would deal with the non-explicit dynamic
> scoping bug magnets.
> It might violate the "looks like grit on Tim's screen" principle, but it
> is explicit. I'd only be -0 or -0.5 on this idea.
> Since we have Unicode though, how about:
> •y += •gravity
> ∆y += ∆gravity
Brilliant proposal! Unfortunately ∆ is indistinguishable from Δ in many
fonts, and • can be confused with ◘ or ◦ in selected text.
> Guaranteed no parser ambiguity, and some symbols are bigger than grit.
> In fact, maybe we could get the Unicode Consortium to add a glyph that
> looked like 'self.' To make it stand out even better.
May be use ⾃ (KANGXI RADICAL SELF)?
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