n = lambda x: print x

Justin Sheehy dworkin at ccs.neu.edu
Thu May 4 10:31:29 EDT 2000

"Warren Postma" <embed at geocities.com> writes:

> The question I wondered was, if Python accepted this:
> n = lambda x: print x
> What would it do with this:
> n = (lambda x: print x,y)

It's a moot point, as neither one is valid.

> Is the first construct specifically disallowed in the python grammar
> somehow?

Yes, lambda can only contain an expression.  A statement will not do.



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