Missing exceptions in PEP 3107
duncan.booth at invalid.invalid
Sun Aug 10 13:31:58 CEST 2008
Christoph Zwerschke <cito at online.de> wrote:
> That would be possible. But I still think it makes sense to separate
> them, like so:
> def foo(a: "a info", b: "b info") -> "ret info" raise "exc info":
> return "hello world"
> And then the annotation dictionary would contain another key "raise"
> containing the exc info. This cannot conflict with the name of any other
> parameter either.
If you really want this then you can use a decorator to insert a 'raise'
key into the annotations:
def foo(a: "a info", b: "b info") -> "ret info":
return "hello world"
> I don't know how determined the "->" syntax is already.
Consider the syntax set in concrete. The meaning of the annotations on the
other hand is completely up for grabs.
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