python3: 'where' keyword

Nick Coghlan ncoghlan at iinet.net.au
Sun Jan 9 12:23:14 CET 2005


Andrey Tatarinov wrote:
> sorry, I used "expression" carelessly.
> 
> I mean that
>  >>> print words[3], words[5]
> is a single expression
> (and that would be in Python 3, when print would be subtituted with 
> write()/writeln()).

'statement' is the appropriate word in Python's grammar.

And I don't think we'd actually have to wait for Python 3 for this, we'd just 
have to do the __future__ dance in order to introduce the new keyword.

Cheers,
Nick.

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