A replacement for lambda
kay.schluehr at gmx.net
Sat Jul 30 12:07:01 CEST 2005
Paul Rubin wrote:
> "Kay Schluehr" <kay.schluehr at gmx.net> writes:
> > Examples:
> > f = ( || x>=0 then f(x) || True then f(-x) from (x,) )
> > g = ( || x< 0 then self._a <-x || self._a <- 0 from (x,))
> Is this an actual language? It looks sort of like CSP. Python
> with native parallelism, mmmmm.
The syntax was inspired by OCamls pattern matching syntax:
match object with
pattern1 -> result1
| pattern2 -> result2
| pattern3 -> result3
But for Python we have to look for an expression not a statement
syntax. In order to prevent ambiguities I used a double bar '||'
instead of a single one.
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