[Python-ideas] The @update operator for dictionaries
boxed at killingar.net
Sat Mar 9 11:50:24 EST 2019
> Thus, 'b' would be unchanged, and 'a' would be the same dictionary as
> before, but updated with 'b'.
> I hope this helps.
It didn't. I feel just as confused as before. What does "iat" mean? Is "update" an arbitrary symbol (if so then you could have used "foo" instead of "update" to make it a lot clearer). And you didn't show before, after and equivalent functionality in current python.
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