the global keyword:

BartC bc at
Sun Jun 19 17:20:59 EDT 2016

On 19/06/2016 15:35, Antoon Pardon wrote:
> Op 12-06-16 om 23:10 schreef BartC:
>> On 12/06/2016 20:25, Ned Batchelder wrote:
>>>   Just as here there is no link between x
>>> and y:
>>>     x = 12
>>>     y = x
>> (And that's a good illustration of why 'y' isn't a name reference to 'x', referring to the "...ducks limp" thread. But best not to rake it up again...)
> I find this rather inaccurate reference to what your opposition is
> supposed to have states together with the remark best not to rake
> this up again, rather disingenuous

Sorry, haven't been able to parse that.

What is inaccurate? What am I supposed to be opposed to? And why is it 
disingenuous? The original thread is still open to posts AFAIK if 
someone wants to discuss it further.


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