A replacement for lambda

Christopher Subich spam.csubich+block at block.subich.spam.com
Sun Jul 31 04:25:25 CEST 2005

Paolino wrote:
> why (x**2 with(x))<(x**3 with(x)) is not taken in consideration?

Looks too much like a generator expression for my taste.  Also, <expr 
..> syntax could be used with 'for' instead of 'with' if PEP343 poses a 
problem, whereas (expr for params) is identically a generator expression.

> If 'with' must be there (and substitue 'lambda:') then at least the 
> syntax is clear.IMO Ruby syntax is also clear.

I haven't used Ruby myself, but as I understand it that language allows 
for full anonymous blocks.  Python probably doesn't want to do that.

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