PEP 312 - Making lambdas implicit worries me, surely it's just the name 'lambda' that is bad...

Terry Reedy tjreedy at udel.edu
Fri Mar 14 15:43:10 CET 2003


> Stephen Horne wrote:
> > (I can't be bothered checking, but most of the ones I can think of
off
> > the top of my head do anyway). While some of those may still be
used
> > (or abused) for their side effects, a person might reasonably
consider
> > that functions that can appear at the start of a line are
exceptional.

When using the interpreter interactively, as I do quite often, *every*
function makes sense appearing at the start of a line!

TJR






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