Proposal: allow '?' and '!' in identifiers
Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Tue Feb 20 05:31:58 CET 2001
Joshua Marshall wrote:
> Anybody have any thoughts on allowing the characters '!' and '?' in
> identifiers? It's possible I'm missing something, but I think the
> only ambiguity this introduces is in the case of something like the
> But whitespace easily disambiguates ("a! = b" vs "a != b").
But missing or adding a seemingly harmless space means that you've got a
completely different symbol. Bad news.
Erik Max Francis / max at alcyone.com / http://www.alcyone.com/max/
__ San Jose, CA, US / 37 20 N 121 53 W / ICQ16063900 / &tSftDotIotE
/ \ I don't like principles. I prefer prejudices.
\__/ Oscar Wilde
Alcyone Systems / http://www.alcyone.com/
Alcyone Systems, San Jose, California.
More information about the Python-list