from future import pass_function

Ulrich Eckhardt ulrich.eckhardt at
Thu Jul 26 08:42:19 CEST 2012

Am 26.07.2012 07:20, schrieb Michael Hrivnak:
> If we want pass(), then why not break() and continue()?  And also
> def() and class()?  for(), while(), if(), with(), we can make them all
> callable objects!
> Except that they are control statements.  They are not objects, they
> have no type, and they can never be evaluated in an expression.  And
> most importantly, there is no value to be gained by making them
> objects.

pass is not a control statement, it is just a placeholder to make it 
explicit that there is nothing else to be expected here.


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