Python is readable
Thu Mar 15 11:44:55 CET 2012
On 3/15/2012 7:23, alex23 wrote:
> Rick Johnson<rantingrickjohn... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> However, when we are talking about the Python
>> programming language "readable" simply means: "neophyte readable".
>> That is, "readable to someone with little or no experience with the
> Nonsense. List comprehensions are not immediately obvious to new
> Python users. The functionality of 'with' requires an understanding of
> context managers. Python's readability has more to do with simplifying
> code maintenance.
Let's try that.
Show me an example of "list comprehensions" and "with" (whatever they are).
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