aahz at panix.com
Thu Feb 8 18:58:42 CET 2001
In article <mailman.981652444.20002.python-list at python.org>,
Gregoire Welraeds <greg at perceval.be> wrote:
>Always according to this logic, I have tried to run the following:
>>>> a= [1,'',3]
>>>> b= 0 # b could be anything
>>>> del b
>but this won't work either as stated in the documentation. Referencing a
>"deleted" variable is an error at least until another value is assigned to
>it (see del statement section in the tutorial).
>It seems that (the so called variable) None is neither a variable like any
>other, nor is it a label as stated by Simon Brunning in another post.
What you're missing is the issue of Python scopes. Try this:
None has a bit of magic associated with it, but not much.
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