Is it just Syntactic Sugar ?
johann at physics.berkeley.edu
Tue May 30 22:12:53 CEST 2000
Thomas Wouters writes:
> No, I have more faith in the idea that += is an *in place* add, for mutable
But then it loses its most basic utility, namely working with
integers. An integer is not a mutable type.
A simple rewrite is the only way to make sense of
i += 1 -> i = i + 1
if i is an integer, given the existing python variable semantics.
Johann Hibschman johann at physics.berkeley.edu
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