(side-)effects and ...
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Mon Jul 6 04:50:56 CEST 2015
On 07/05/2015 04:29 PM, Stefan Ram wrote:
> But why do we not have a common and well-known term for
> the counterpart, that something does not modify the state
> of the world, but that the state of the world does
> influence the value (behaviour) of a call such as
> And this is the intention of my post: Maybe there is such
> a term, and I just missed to learn it so far? So,
> do you know a term for the phenomenon that can be found
> in Python but not in mathematics and consists in the state
> of the world influencing the value of an expressions?
Variables that are changed from an outside environment are "Volatile".
It isn't used in python, though I think maybe it should be.
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