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Fri Apr 22 10:01:13 CEST 2011
Am 22.04.2011 09:01, schrieb Wolfgang Rohdewald:
> On Freitag 22 April 2011, Terry Reedy wrote:
>> When returning from the function, g, if local, should
> yes - it disappears in the sense that it no longer
> accessible, but
> AFAIK python makes no guarantees as for when an object
> is destroyed - CPython counts references and destroys
> when no reference is left, but that is implementation
Right - that's what I am thought about when writing the OP. But Terry is
right - often the generator doesn't need to know that is
closed/terminated, which is anyway possible only since 2.5.
But in these (admittedly rarely) cases, it is better practice to close
explicitly, isn't it?
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