what is meaning of "@" in pyhon program.
aahz at pythoncraft.com
Sat Jun 28 18:41:39 CEST 2008
In article <4bfb891d-7a7b-45bc-b126-1d485c9206ee at m44g2000hsc.googlegroups.com>,
Damon Getsman <dgetsman at amirehab.net> wrote:
>Okay, maybe I just didn't understand the websites that were given as
>examples as to 'decoration'. I first came across the unusual '@' when
>I was browsing through some extreme beginner's information on os.x
>method descriptions. I asked some other people about it and they had
>no idea what it meant. I don't _THINK_ that the decoration definition
>fits, though, because the examples that I saw it in had it prefixing
>an if conditional & a for loop.
This is either a source document of text where "@" is some kind of markup
indicating a keyword (so that keywords can be e.g. bolded in the output)
or this is a snippet of code from some kind of Python-based HTML
templating language where "@" is used to indicate Python keywords that
need to be interpreted instead of static text.
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