imbosol at aerojockey.com
Thu Jul 24 06:17:25 CEST 2003
Ben Finney wrote:
> On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 20:29:27 -0700, Erik Max Francis wrote:
>> Bryan wrote:
>>> is what i'm doing is overkill?
>> Use of external resources -- which should be released as soon as
>> you're done with them -- are best done in try/finally clauses.
> It seems that nesting the 'try' clauses doesn't scale well. What if
> fifty files are opened? Must the nesting level of the 'try' clauses be
> fifty also, to close them promptly?
If you need 50 open files, you almost certainly want to have a way of
organizing them. Probably they'll be in a list or dictionary. So, if
they're in a list, for example, you can do this:
filelist = 
for f in filelist:
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