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Sun Oct 30 00:15:56 CEST 2005
"Alex Martelli" <aleaxit at yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> In today's implementations of Classic Python, yes. In other equally
> valid implementations of the language, such as Jython, IronPython, or,
> for all we know, some future implementation of Classic, that may well
> not be the case. Many, quite reasonably, dislike relying on a specific
> implementation's peculiarities, and prefer to write code that relies
> only on what the _language_ specs guarantee.
How could I identify when Python code does not close files and depends on
the runtime to take care of this? I want to know that the code will work
well under other Python implementations and future implementations which may
not have this provided.
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