Python style.

Markus Stenberg mstenber at cc.Helsinki.FI
Wed May 10 16:25:42 CEST 2000


"Fredrik Lundh" <effbot at telia.com> writes:
<snip>

> note that future Python versions may also support
> something like:
> 
>     for item1 in list1; item2 in list2:
>         ...
> 

Ugh.. that looks bit obscure - why sudden use of ; for example?

I'd like something like

for item1, item2 in list1, list2:

(Oo.)

That'd be consistent with current tuple action as well, and just some
appearance-related glue compared to the normal map(None, list1, list2)
case.

> but that's another story.

-Markus

> </F>

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