How can I understan the "for" here?
kermit.mei at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 19:03:46 CET 2008
D'Arcy J.M. Cain wrote:
> On Thu, 11 Dec 2008 22:44:20 +0800
> Kermit Mei <kermit.mei at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >>> ["%s=%s" % (k, v) for k, v in params.items()]
>> ['pwd=secret', 'database=master', 'uid=sa', 'server=mpilgrim']
>> I can't understand the second sentence because of the "for ... in".
>> I consider that the syntactics of "for" should be:
>> for k,v in params.items():
> I think you are binding ':' here too tightly to the 'for' construct in
> your mind. The for construct is "for <variable(s)> in <sequence>"
> which can be used as <block construct>:<statement(s)> in block
> constructs. The above is not a block construct but a list
> comprehension so it follows different rules.
Yes, I see. Thanks you all.
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