def ... decorate

Paul Rubin http
Fri Aug 13 19:49:06 CEST 2004


Roman Suzi <rnd at onego.ru> writes:
> Bingo!
> 
> Just replace decorate with "from" and the nice syntax is found:
> 
>     def f:
>         staticmethod
>         grammarrule('statement : expression')
>         version("Added in 2.4")
>         deprecatedmethod
>         type_(None)
>     from self, p:
>         """docstring here"""
>         print p[1]

You can get rid of the keyword:

>     def f:
>         staticmethod
>         grammarrule('statement : expression')
>         version("Added in 2.4")
>         deprecatedmethod
>         type_(None)
>     (self, p):
>         """docstring here"""
>         print p[1]

The syntax is if you see f without parentheses, what follows is decorators.
The outdent before the arg list makes it obvious where the arg list is.



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