Incorrect scope of list comprehension variables
showell30 at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 4 02:30:32 EDT 2010
On Apr 3, 9:58 pm, Tim Roberts <t... at probo.com> wrote:
> Alain Ketterlin <al... at dpt-info.u-strasbg.fr> wrote:
> >I've just spent a few hours debugging code similar to this:
> >d = dict()
> >for r in [1,2,3]:
> > d[r] = [r for r in [4,5,6]]
> >print d
> Yes, this has been fixed in later revisions, but I'm curious to know what
> led you to believe that a list comprehension created a new scope. I don't
> that was ever promised.
Common sense about how programming languages should work? As
confirmed by later revisions?
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