PEP 308: ternary operator

Jarek Zgoda jzgoda at usun.gazeta.pl
Fri Feb 21 22:21:16 CET 2003


Sheila King <usenet at thinkspot.net> pisze:
 
> I also prefer the construct
> 
> (true-expr) when (cond-expr) else (false-expr)

Where it comes from?
I think that more "natural" would be:
when (cond-expr) then (true-expr) else (false-expr)
or am I dumb T-SQL programmer?!
(I'm recalling the 'case when (cond) then (expr) else (expr)' syntax of
Transact-SQL).

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Jarek Zgoda
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