line continuation for lines ending in "and" or "or"
danb_83 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 5 06:01:53 CEST 2008
On Jun 4, 10:09 pm, "Russ P." <Russ.Paie... at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've always appreciated Python's lack of requirement for a semi-colon
> at the end of each line. I also appreciate its rules for automatic
> line continuation. If a statement ends with a "+", for example, Python
> recognizes that the statement obviously must continue.
> I've noticed, however, that the same rule does not apply when a line
> ends with "and," "or," or "not." Yes, it's a minor point, but
> shouldn't the same rule apply?
> Seems like it would be easy to add.
Huh? This doesn't work either:
>>> x = 2 +
File "<stdin>", line 1
x = 2 +
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
Implicit line continuation only happens if you have an unmatched '('.
>>> x = (2 +
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