The slash "/" as used in the documentation
ram at zedat.fu-berlin.de (Stefan Ram) writes:
> The slash ?/? as used in the documentation
> f( x, /, y )
> is so ugly, it will disappear. Especially since it consumes
> a comma as it it was a parameter itself.
> Possible alternatives include:
> A newline:
> f( x,
> y )
> A separate specification of the first non-positional parameter:
> f( x, y )
> # y
> (use "(" or ")" when all parameters are non-positional or
> positional, respectively).
> A semicolon:
> f( x; y )
> (the actual call still would use a comma there).
What are you talking about? What documentation? It seems to me you are talking about a completely different programming language, not python.
Piet van Oostrum <piet-l at vanoostrum.org>
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