[Python-ideas] Return for assignment blocks

Calvin Spealman cspealma at redhat.com
Thu Oct 25 10:39:49 EDT 2018

On Thu, Oct 25, 2018 at 9:28 AM Anders Hovmöller <boxed at killingar.net>

> > The point is not saving a line or typing, but saving a thought.
> Expressing the intent of the factory function more clearly.
> Could you give some other usage examples?
> To me it seems like a nicer and less confusing way to create decorators is
> warranted but could then be more specialized and this much nicer. We
> wouldn't necessarily get to that future point by adding super tiny
> improvements to what we have, but instead take a step back and rethink what
> the syntax could be. Personally I often just copy paste an existing
> decorator and then tweak it instead of writing from scratch because it's
> too confusing and error prone to do that.

You know what, I *can't* think of other good examples than slightly
improved decorators. So, maybe its not that great an idea if it can't be
applied to at least a few more use cases.

/ Anders
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