marco at bubke.de
Sun Mar 21 17:53:11 CET 2004
I have read some mail on the dev mailing list about PEP 318 and find the new
Syntax really ugly.
def foo[staticmethode](x, y): pass
I call this foo(1, 2), this isn't really intuitive to me!
Also I don't like the brackets.
def foo(x, y)[staticmethode]: pass
are better but still I used to see  as list or access operator and the
don't? The original Syntax looks much cleaner to me.
def foo(x, y) as staticmethode: pass
Define foo with arguments x and y as staticmethode.
Is Python now C++? Mabe I miss something why this syntax is wrong.
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