"None" and "pass"
Chris Angelico <rosuav at gmail.com> writes:
> As one special case, I would accept this sort of code:
> def f():
> (three dots representing the special value Ellipsis)
> It's a great short-hand for "stub".
I would not accept that.
An even better way to write a stub function is to write a docstring:
""" Frobnicate the spangule. """
A docstring, like any bare expression, is also a valid statement.
Writing a docstring can be done immediately, because if you're writing a
stub function you at least know the external interface of that function.
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