About python 2.5 and its try statement.

defcon8 defcon8 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 14:35:49 CEST 2006


I can't remember the proposal number, but many of you reading will have
probably read the features that will be added to python 2.5. The actual
part I wanted to talk about was the finally part of try. Isn't it
totally defeating a compiler's job by executing the finally part even
if there is an error in the previous statements? Or have I understood
something wrong?




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