I don't understand PEP 308.
Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Thu Mar 13 02:50:21 CET 2003
> Originally posted by Jp Calderone
> > It proposes an if-then expression.
> What's the difference? More importantly, what is the benefit?
Python makes a distinction between expressions and statements. That's
why things like
if x = 1:
are illegal, since assignment is a statement and not an expression.
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