Ruby Impressions

Kragen Sitaker kragen at pobox.com
Tue Jan 29 18:48:00 CET 2002


sch at aristotle.net (Steve Harris) writes:
> > Now that Python 2.2 has a 'yield' operator (like Ruby had from the start) 
> 
> Which came from the Sather language, verbatim, and before that from
> CLU (maybe it came directly from CLU into Ruby, but I saw the exact
> same kind of iterators in Sather, down to the very syntax.)

It came to Python from Icon, which is where Sather got it, IIRC.  I'm
not sure about CLU; CLU and Icon are of similar ages.




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