[Python-ideas] PEP: Dict addition and subtraction
remi.lapeyre at henki.fr
Thu Mar 21 13:26:04 EDT 2019
Le 21 mars 2019 à 17:43:31, Steven D'Aprano
(steve at pearwood.info(mailto:steve at pearwood.info)) a écrit:
> I'd like to make a plea to people:
> I get it, there is now significant opposition to using the + symbol for
> this proposed operator. At the time I wrote the first draft of the PEP,
> there was virtually no opposition to it, and the | operator had very
> little support. This has clearly changed.
> At this point I don't think it is productive to keep making subjective
> claims that + will be more confusing or surprising. You've made your
> point that you don't like it, and the next draft^1 of the PEP will make
> that clear.
> But if you have *concrete examples* of code that currently is easy to
> understand, but will be harder to understand if we add dict.__add__,
> then please do show me!
> For those who oppose the + operator, it will help me if you made it
> clear whether it is *just* the + symbol you dislike, and would accept
> the | operator instead, or whether you hate the whole operator concept
> regardless of how it is spelled.
Thanks for the work you are doing on this PEP and for debunking my
misconceptions regarding types, I’m currently learning a lot about them.
I don’t know if it matters but I’m in favor of the method
> And to those who support this PEP, code examples where a dict merge
> operator will help are most welcome!
Not matter the notation you end up choosing, I think this code:
which is part of a widely used library to validate JWTs would greatly
benefit from a new merge to merge dicts. (This package is 78 on
> ^1 Coming Real Soon Now™.
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