cascading python executions only if return code is 0
breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Dec 23 00:02:51 CET 2013
On 22/12/2013 22:51, Chris Angelico wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 9:14 AM, Frank Cui <ycui at outlook.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for pointing out. I accept your advice and will try to make the
>> questions clearer and more straightforward to interpretate . I already took
>> the suggestion of using exception-based handling over the return code.
>> As to testing whether the previous function fails or succeeds, this doesn't
>> really matter in the sense that I already mentioned a return code of 0.
> Ranting Rick is one of the list's resident trolls. Don't take it amiss
> that he turned his flamethrowers on you. :)
Given that Frank originally stated this
I have a requirement where I need to sequentially execute a bunch of
executions, each execution has a return code. the followed executions
should only be executed if the return code is 0. is there a cleaner or
more pythonic way to do this other than the following ?
if a() == 0:
if b() == 0:
I can only see one way that you can possibly intepret it. Perhaps rr
was dashing off a reply on a mobile device while doing a home run, hence
wasn't concentrating on what Frank had actually said?
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