User-defined augmented assignment
Pierre Barbier de Reuille
pierre.barbier at cirad.fr
Thu Sep 29 16:08:58 CEST 2005
Reinhold Birkenfeld a écrit :
> Pierre Barbier de Reuille wrote:
>>So, what I would suggest is to drop the user-defined augmented
>>assignment and to ensure this equivalence :
>>a X= b <=> a = a X b
>>with 'X' begin one of the operators.
> It can be done, but it's unnecessary for mutable objects like
> sets or lists. A new object must be created in these cases where
> one would suffice.
Well, my point is: the benefit is too small compared to the
disadvantage. If you really have a mutable (let say a list with +=) then
and there is no interpretation error possible. BTW, that's what's done
in the standard library ...
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