For review: PEP 308 - If-then-else expression
Erik Max Francis
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Sat Feb 8 22:26:23 CET 2003
Jp Calderone wrote:
> > You can't get short circuiting behavior by writing a function,
> Yes you can, as you admit below.
> > ... unless
> > you want to do obtuse things like alternately eval different
> > passed-in
> > strings in the function.
You could get it by doing something obtuse, obnoxious, and inefficient.
Not surprisingly, that doesn't present itself as a good solution.
But if you'd read that, you would have understood the point, instead of
making a point which I already made.
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