(why) inconsistent yield/return syntax?
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Mon Feb 10 22:01:04 CET 2003
Gerrit> 45 >>> def f(): return
Gerrit> 45 ...
Gerrit> 46 >>> def f(): yield
Gerrit> File "<stdin>", line 1
Gerrit> def f(): yield
Gerrit> Why is there a difference?
Are you asking why it doesn't implicitly return None or specifically why
your example failed? If the former, you'll have to ask the authors of PEP
255. If the latter, it's because there is no implicit yield of None.
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