Python3k extended grammar
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Sat May 20 17:43:00 CEST 2000
> hmmm. am I the only one that read -> as yields?
seems so. Every other programming language says 'return'.
> > > def func( x: Integer, y: Integer ) -> Integer:
> I see this definition as reading:
> Given two integers (x,y), func yields integer
... and i read: gimme the member named 'Integer' from the result of the
function definition expression, which must be of some pointer type ... but
we don't have pointers in Python, do we ? confusion starts ...
> man, I gotta stop reading Dykstra before bedtime...
Hmm, did this guy design any practical programming language ...?
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