dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Fri Apr 22 20:47:46 CEST 2005
On Fri, 22 Apr 2005, Danny Yoo wrote:
> > In Perl, you can perl -c somehardtoreadperlprogram.pl that will just
> > check the syntax. The above problem would have been caught in Perl
> > since I always use strict. Is there a command line option in Python to
> > do a Pychecker-like syntax check?
> Hi Mike,
> Unfortunately, no, because there are some really funky things that one
> can do in Python that you can't do easily in Perl.
Yikes. I should correct myself before I get someone angry at me. You can
do this sort of late-binding stuff in Perl too, and in many other
languages. (Java's reflection mechanism is another kind of late-binding
mechanism, for example.)
But Python makes it extraordinarly easy --- perhaps too much so. *grin*
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