Common LISP-style closures with Python
Antti J Ylikoski
antti.ylikoski at tkk.fi
Mon Feb 6 06:55:50 CET 2012
On 5.2.2012 22:58, Ian Kelly wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 4, 2012 at 9:19 PM, Antti J Ylikoski<antti.ylikoski at tkk.fi> wrote:
>>> I'm not sure how naughty this is, but the same thing can be done without
>>> nonlocal by storing the local state as an attribute of the enclosed
>> Yes, I do know that, but then it would not be a closure :-)))))))))
> Sure it is. Where do you think it looks up the function object?
OK, thank you for correcting me.
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