x, = y (???)

kj socyl at 987jk.com.invalid
Thu Jul 17 21:11:36 CEST 2008




I just came across an assignment of the form

  x, = y

where y is a string (in case it matters).

1. What's the meaning of the comma in the LHS of the assignment?
2. How could I have found this out on my own?

(Regarding (2) above, I consulted the index of several Python
reference books but I could not find the answer to (1).  I hope to
find a better Python reference!)

TIA!

kynn

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