[Python-ideas] Contraction for "for x in range()"
mikhailwas at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 19:20:37 EST 2017
On 15 February 2017 at 00:41, Nick Timkovich <prometheus235 at gmail.com>
> Make some shim object that you can index into to get that functionality,
> could even call it Z (for the set of all integers). Short, and requires no
> new syntax.
> class IndexableRange:
> def __getitem__(self, item):
> if isinstance(item, slice):
> start = item.start if item.start is not None else 0
> step = item.step if item.step is not None else 1
> if item.stop is None:
> return itertools.count(start, step)
> return range(start, item.stop, step)
> return item
> Z = IndexableRange()
> for y in Z[0:10:2]:
l can, also just make function r(a,b,c) : return range(a,b,c) for example,
will look similar.
Initially I was by the idea to remove brackets from for statement.
Now after looking more at examples I realize what the real
issue with the look is. Namely it is the word "in" itself. It is simply too
and that makes a lot of space holes in the lines.
And letters 'i' and 'n' sort of suck from readability POV.
for x in 1,10,2:
for x over 1,10,2 :
So the latter actually would make it look nicer.
But that would probably be even less probable to
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