Yielding a chain of values

Bengt Richter bokr at oz.net
Wed Aug 31 01:23:57 CEST 2005

On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 23:12:35 +0200, Reinhold Birkenfeld <reinhold-birkenfeld-nospam at wolke7.net> wrote:

>Bengt Richter wrote:
>> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 12:18:59 GMT, Michael Hudson <mwh at python.net> wrote:
>>>Talin <talin at acm.org> writes:
>>>> I'm finding that a lot of places within my code, I want to return the
>>>> output of a generator from another generator. Currently the only
>>>> method I know of to do this is to explicitly loop over the results
>>>> from the inner generator, and yield each one:
>>>>         for x in inner():
>>>>             yield x
>>>> I was wondering if there was a more efficient and concise way to do
>>>> this. And if there isn't,
>>>Greenlets, perhaps?  (for which, see google).
>> Maybe
>>          yield in inner()
>> could be sugar for the above and become something optimized?
>The problem here is that yield isn't a statement any more. It's now an
>expression, so it is not easy to find new syntax around it.
No, the idea was that it's still a statement, but what it
yields is "in inner()" which UIAM is illegal now, and would
signify "whatever sequence of elements is in inner()" --
really yield in seq -- I don't know what inner() was, but I assumed
an iterable.

Bengt Richter

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