performance of tuple-less Python?
nascheme at enme.ucalgary.ca
Tue Nov 30 06:23:17 CET 1999
Gordon McMillan <gmcm at hypernet.com> wrote:
>They're only redundant if the concept of mutability is
>meaningless. A reference-based language without a concept
>of mutability would be, um, an adventure.
Wasn't there a version of Fortran that allowed this? Python is
not totally with a means of enjoying this adventure.
>>> None = 1
>>> a = None
>>> if a:
... print "oh no"
That could be fun (or dangerous) in a Python project with lots of
Neil (professional hacker at work, do not attempt at home :)
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