[Python-ideas] Null coalescing operators

Serhiy Storchaka storchaka at gmail.com
Sun Sep 20 09:28:03 CEST 2015

On 20.09.15 09:46, Random832 wrote:
> Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka at gmail.com>
> writes:
>> On 19.09.15 07:21, Guido van Rossum wrote:
>>> I do, but at least the '?' is part of an operator, not part of the name
>>> (as it is in Ruby?).
>> What to do with the "in" operator?
> This is one of those things where we've got to decide which side it
> applies to. None can be in a list, but not a string. And nothing can be
> in None.

All operators are either identifiers ("in", "is", "not"), or 
nonalphabetic. Not mixes. There is no the "in=" operator and I guess 
shouldn't be "?in".

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