Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Tue Sep 9 21:21:05 CEST 2003
Michael Chermside wrote:
> Uwe Schmitt writes:
> > Normaly[sic] you should simulate "C ? T : F"
> > either by
> > [T,F][not C]
> > or
> > (C and [T] or [F])
> > ...
> NOT TRUE!
> NEITHER of your options does short-circuit evaluation.
The latter does, due to its use of and/or. An equivalent form including
(C and lambda: T or lambda: F)()
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