python3: 'where' keyword
Steven Bethard
steven.bethard at gmail.com
Fri Jan 7 13:23:28 EST 2005
Steven Bethard wrote:
> How often is this really necessary? Could you describe some benefits of
> this? I think the only time I've ever run into scoping problems is with
> lambda, e.g.
>
> [lambda x: f(x) for x, f in lst]
>
> instead of
>
> [lambda x, f=f: for x, f in lst]
Sorry, bad example, this should have looked something more like:
[lambda y: f(x, y) for x, f in lst]
...
[lambda y, x=x, f=f: f(x, y) for x, f in lst]
where you actually need the lambda.
Steve
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