python3: 'where' keyword
invalidemail at aerojockey.com
Mon Jan 10 12:09:40 CET 2005
Paul Rubin wrote:
> "Carl Banks" <invalidemail at aerojockey.com> writes:
> > And a suite, be it a def statement, a where block, or whatever,
> > in a statement, not an expression.
> So do you approve of the movement to get rid of the print statement?
Any little incremental change in Python you could make by having or not
having a print statement would be minor compared to the H-Bomb of
ugliness we'd get if suites of statements were to be allowed inside
Python expressions. Having or not having a print statement might
violate some small aspect of the Zen, but it won't rape the whole list.
So I don't know what point you're trying to make.
But to answer your question, I would prefer a Python without a print
statement, since a print method could do anything the print statement
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