what does 'for _ in range()' mean?
della at toglimi.linux.it
Thu Jul 29 19:54:21 CEST 2004
Peter Hansen wrote:
> Phil said Ocaml allowed multiple _ in tuple assignments but
> that Python did not, while I attempted to correct that assertion by
> showing that it in fact did.
> David and you were discussing a case involving function languages,
> which Python is not, where the use of multiple _ (which now has
> syntactical meaning, as opposed to being just an "ignore this" by
> convention) is allowed.
> Sounds to me like the two discussions are unrelated.
More or less so. It was only a discussion on the etimology of the
underscore convention. :-)
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