arj.python at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 06:39:07 EDT 2018
i once saw a python course (by academics) advertising main() in it's
that's put me in doubt as whether it's that recommended or not
> > is far is it good in py?
> > or should file intended to be run just not include it?
> It's a matter of taste. If your "file intended to be run" also contains
> things that might be useful as a module, use the "if __name__ ==
> '__main__'" trick. Otherwise it can be more of a distraction than a
> help. I'm not a big fan of "main()" functions myself; creating a
> function which will be called exactly once seems rather wasteful.
> Rhodri James *-* Kynesim Ltd
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