stefan.sonnenberg at pythonmeister.com
Tue Jun 19 22:47:10 CEST 2007
Matt Chisholm schrieb:
> On Mon, 18 Jun 2007 05:28, faulkner <faulkner891 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Jun 18, 12:35 am, Matt Chisholm <matt-pyt... at theory.org> wrote:
>>> Hi. I was wondering if there had ever been an official decision on
>>> the idea of adding labeled break and continue functionality to Python.
>> python-dev just mentioned that the BDFL vetoed it a while ago.
>> they're writing a PEP just to document why it was vetoed.
> Really? I can't find anything in the python-dev archives, or in the
> list of PEPs. Does anyone know the PEP number (if one has been
> assigned)? Or maybe someone could send me a link to the discussion or
> forward the discussion to me off list? That would be much
What should a labled break/continue be good for ?
Sounds like goto to me, which is also almost useless in almost every case.
And to me, a solution are local functions, or properly defined if elif
A local function with no params and/or returns is as good as labeled
What python really need is a switch stmt ;-) (Even perl6 will have one -
if one will ever
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