israelu at elbit.co.il
Tue Jul 29 12:04:58 CEST 2008
On Jul 29, 9:36 am, Duncan Booth <duncan.bo... at invalid.invalid> wrote:
> iu2 <isra... at elbit.co.il> wrote:
> > Is it possible to grant Python another syntactic mark, similar to
> > triple quotes, that will actually make the enclosed code a compiled
> > code, or an anonymous function?
> Yes, the syntactic mark you are looking for is 'def'.
> Your example becomes:
> >>> def dotimes(n, callable):
> for i in range(n): callable(i)
> >>> def block(i):
> for j in range(i):
> print j,
> >>> dotimes(5, block)
> 0 1
> 0 1 2
> 0 1 2 3
> The only thing you asked for that this doesn't do is make 'block'
> anonymous, but actually that is a good thing.
> Duncan Boothhttp://kupuguy.blogspot.com
Ok, I've got 2 questions about it:
1. Can you please explain why it is a good thing?
2. Will it be possible in Python 3.0 to do the following:
>>> def dotimes(n, callable):
for i in range(n): callable()
>>> def block():
for j in range(i):
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