Python is readable
Thu Mar 15 12:48:55 CET 2012
On 3/15/2012 12:14, Thomas Rachel wrote:
> Am 15.03.2012 11:44 schrieb Kiuhnm:
>> Let's try that.
>> Show me an example of "list comprehensions" and "with" (whatever they
> with open("filename", "w") as f:
Here f is created before executing the block and destroyed right after
leaving the block. f's destructor will probably close the file handle.
> with lock:
It's clear what it does, but I don't know if that's special syntax.
Maybe objects can have two special methods that are called respect. on
entering and leaving the with-block.
Or, more likely, lock creates an object which keeps the lock "acquired".
The lock is released when we leave the block.
So we could inspect the lock with
with lock as l:
BTW, aren't those ':' redundant?
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