The Tuple syntax is perfectly regular
jepler.lnk at lnk.ispi.net
Tue Sep 5 04:57:52 CEST 2000
On Mon, 04 Sep 2000 22:07:17 GMT, Grant Edwards
<ge at nowhere.none> wrote:
>No, that's not the tuple syntax. The syntax is:
> empty: ()
> singleton: a,
> etc.: a,b
> : a,b,c
>The parens are only part of tuple syntax in the case of the
>empty touple. You're right about an optional trailing comma on
>tuples with 2+ items.
Thanks for the correction. Actually, though, my original post was intended
as tongue-in-cheek. So, now, I'll suggest that we make the () mandantory.
There, now it's completely regular.
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