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On 2010-11-09, Ben Finney <ben+python at benfinney.id.au> wrote:
> For this purpose, there is a generator expression syntax
> almost identical to a list comprehension except without the enclosing
> ' '.join(x for x in target_cflags.split() if re.match('^-[DIiU]', x))
I am torn very much on the generator/comprehension syntax, because on the
one hand, I really prefer to have the structure first, but on the other hand,
I can't easily figure out a way to make the syntax work for that.
> The regex is less clear for the purpose than I'd prefer. For a simple
> ???is it a member of this small set???, I'd find it more readable to use a
> simple list of the actual strings::
> ' '.join(
> x for x in target_cflags.split()
> if x in ['-D', '-I', '-i', '-U'])
The regex is intentionally not anchored with a $, because I'm looking
for "starts with", not "is".
> The latter works only in Python with set literals (Python 2.7 or later).
I think we're stuck with backwards compatibility at least as far as 2.4.
No, I'm not kidding. *sigh*
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