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Wed Sep 16 19:27:28 CEST 2015
On 2015-09-16, Sven R. Kunze <srkunze at mail.de> wrote:
> On 16.09.2015 18:57, Random832 wrote:
>> I think that chaining should be limited to:
>> A) all operators are "="
>> B) all operators are "is"
>> C) all operators are either >= or >
>> D) all operators are either <= or <
> That certainly would be a fine guideline. Only use it with all operators
> the same.
I find that the only times I use chaining (intentionally), are in
cases C and D. All other instances of chaining in my code are
> Everything else might cause headaches.
I'm not all that sure A and B should be allowed.
> Restricting it language-wise? I don't know. I have to admit I've never
> seen this in production anyway. Most languages I see people working with
> don't have this feature at all. So, they don't know it exists in Python.
I use C and D intentionally, and have tripped accidentally over other
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