(PEP-308) Python's Conditional Selection Operators

Erik Max Francis max at alcyone.com
Sat Feb 15 05:50:10 CET 2003

Stephen Horne wrote:

> But lisp has never been a defining standard for all programming
> languages.

Of course it hasn't.  But your declaring something as not being
"standard" does not make it so.  There _is_ no "standard," there's just
what different languages do.

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