why pass statement?
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Wed Sep 17 01:07:12 CEST 2003
"Andrei" <see at my.signature.com> wrote in message news:3377992.1063747732 at dbforums.com...
> I find "pass" shows that something could be there, sort of "insert stuff
> here if you like/need to". A string as such doesn't have that effect.
> Obviously you could always make up some useless statement instead of
> pass, but pass just looks more elegant IMO. You probably should use it
> if you plan on showing your code to others.
I know, I do :-) It's too late to make a revolution.
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