Arithmetic sequences in Python

Paul Rubin http
Fri Jan 20 01:49:14 CET 2006


aleax at mail.comcast.net (Alex Martelli) writes:
> I much prefer the current arrangement where dict(a=b,c=d) means {'a':b,
> 'c':d} -- it's much more congruent to how named arguments work for every
> other case.  Would you force us to quote argument names in EVERY
> functioncall...?!

Ehh, ok.  There could be some special marker to evaluate the lhs, but
the present method is fine too.



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