PEP 312 (and thus 308) implemented with a black magic trick
Anders J. Munch
andersjm at dancontrol.dk
Thu Mar 20 10:53:53 CET 2003
"Terry Reedy" <tjreedy at udel.edu> wrote:
> If, as I understand, this meta technique relies on source text, this
> should work. But not if it looks at code:
> >>> def f(): return ++1
> Compiler seems to optimize away second unary positive.
The second unary positive is treated as part of the integer literal.
Try instead disassembling
def f(x): ++x
You can have as many UNARY_POSITIVEs as you like.
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