RELEASED Python 2.4, alpha 2

Ivan Voras ivoras at __geri.cc.fer.hr
Thu Aug 5 23:18:54 CEST 2004


Heiko Wundram wrote:

> 
> class someobject(object):
> 
>     @synchronized
>     @classmethod
>     def x(cls):
>         pass
> 
> If I were to translate this to english, I could read it as follows (note the 
> order):
> 
> Define a _class someobject_ which has a _synchronized_ _classmethod_ x.

FWIW, I, for example, don't have a problem with the notion of 
decorators, but I think the above syntax is just plain ugly. Why not use:

def @synchronized @classmethod x(self):
	pass

?

Granted that the keywords are long-ish, but I stongly feel it's still 
less ugly than the topmost version.


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