'with' statement in python ?
grante at visi.com
Tue Jun 26 21:23:47 CEST 2001
In article <mailman.993577642.28379.python-list at python.org>, D-Man wrote:
>After stating that it _could_ be implemented, I think it is a
>BAD idea because it is just some more magic and can make it
>really hard to trace through how the code will act.
It's just like the implicit "with self" at the beginning of a
C++ method. It makes it hard to tell by inspection what a
piece of code does. Making code easy to read/inspect is (or
should be) of upmost importance.
Grant Edwards grante Yow! Hello. Just walk
at along and try NOT to think
visi.com about your INTESTINES being
almost FORTY YARDS LONG!!
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