PEP 308: Pep Update
gduzan at bbn.com
Thu Feb 13 18:42:23 CET 2003
In article <3E4BAC54.78996D09 at engcorp.com>,
Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote:
>Raymond Hettinger wrote:
>> * <cond> then <expr1> else <expr2>
>The word "then" by itself has merely a connotation of sequential
>time, so that "A then B" implies that both A and B will happen
>in some way, with B following A in time.
>Without it's partner "if", "then" fails to convey the question
>that is being asked.
That is my take on this option, as well.
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