PEP 318: Can't we all just get along?
peter at engcorp.com
Wed Aug 18 01:36:30 CEST 2004
Paul Morrow wrote:
> Kevin Smith wrote:
>> def classmethod foo(x, y, z):
>> That's it. One "decorator" that is a callable object that takes a
>> method as it's only argument. No expressions, lists, tuples, etc.
>> Just one callable object.
> Nope. That's using static declarations. We're a dynamically typed
> language as much as possible. Isn't there something that doesn't
> require any additional grammar words to identify classmethods and
It looks to me as though Kevin is not suggesting keywords, but
callables. In other words he would consider this valid, provided
my_own_decorator was a callable.
def my_own_decorator foo(x, y, z):
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