[FRPythoneers] With statement

Eric Brunson brunson at level3.net
Thu Aug 8 14:31:53 MDT 2002


I've only worked with one language that had that feature and I don't
remember what it was.  I never found it to be a useful feature, but
that's just me.

* Bob Gailer (ramrom at earthling.net) [020808 14:23]:
> The OOP languages I've worked with before Python have a WITH statement. I 
> am wondering why Python is missing this (IMHO) useful construct.
> 
> Example:
>  self.foo1 = 'a'
>  self.foo2 = 'b'
>  self.foo3 = 'c'
> 
> Could be "simplified" using WITH:
>  with self:
>    .foo1 = 'a'
>    .foo2 = 'b'
>    .foo3 = 'c'
> 
> Bob Gailer
> mailto:ramrom at earthling.net
> 303 442 2625



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