Question regarding a recent article on informit.com

Gerhard =?unknown-8bit?Q?H=E4ring?= gh at ghaering.de
Wed Mar 19 19:57:47 CET 2003


* Ben S <bens at replytothegroupplease.com> [2003-03-19 18:50 -0000]:
> An article called "Examining Python 2.3: New Additions" on
> www.informit.com had the following to say:
> 
> "Python now includes iterators, generators, list comprehensions, nested
> scopes, type unification-and complete Unicode compatibility. The older
> functional programming style constructs, such as map, filter, reduce,
> and lambda are deprecated, even if it's unlikely that they will
> disappear. "
> 
> Is this second sentence true, or is that just an opinion from someone

someone == Guido

> who favours the imperative style to the functional style? [...]

s/imperative/imperative and OO/

Gerhard
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