[Tutor] Is "var = None" in Python equivalent to "Set var
wescpy at gmail.com
Mon Jun 30 06:49:44 CEST 2008
> The original author asked about the similarity between VB setting an object
> to Nothing, and Python vars being set to None
> Your answer implies that this is an outdate practice (or not preferred) in Python
nope, i just said it doesn't appear to be standard practice. i don't
see it much in code that i've been around in the past decade+ nor do i
do it much myself. neither of those things indicate an "outdated"
practice because as far as i know, it was never the norm AFAIK. i
mean, it *may* have been before i learned Python (1.4), but i just
can't say for sure.
> > This was my own question, If you don't set an object to None- explicitly,
> then to you ever check to see if an object is None?
only in the right circumstances, i.e., i get a return value from some call.
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