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Wed Aug 25 04:22:21 CEST 2004
Robert Brewer wrote:
> Steven Bethard wrote:
>>Actually, there's an interesting argument that the "with" for
>>the "with" above can be thought of in similar terms:
>>I don't know if I agree with it, but I think I'm at least
>>convinced they don't
>>have to mean *completely* different things.
> FYI, I'm linking to that in the next document version later tonight.
Your example from the mailing list (copied below) doesn't make sense if
you mix and match the beginning period, and it is bizaar to have "with:"
mean "affects a future function" while "with x:" means "within the x
namespace", something very different. I would not recommend using the
same keyword for two entirely different transformations, one which
solely affects functions defined in the future and the other which is a
regular code block but without having to repeat the same prefix (like
self) over and over.
.author = "François Pinard"
.version = "0.2.4"
So if I say:
.version = 3
Is that supposed to mean:
self.version = 3?
So not using a period suddenly means "pass the previous or future
defined variable or function to me and I'll do something to it now or in
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