[Python-il] [pyweb-il:1050] Python coding question
aronovitch at gmail.com
Tue Jul 6 19:32:03 IDT 2010
On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 5:35 PM, Dov Grobgeld <dov.grobgeld at gmail.com> wrote:
> The use of assigment through left arrow (←) would solve this. Which reminds
> me of the fact that I would have loved having a language like python that
> uses more of unicode for its syntax.
> Then "python" might look like:
> ∀ n ∈ names:
> if n ≠ "foo":
> α ← n
> ß = re∘search〈"foo", α〉
> No more overloading of parens, decimal dots, minus signs, etc.
> Of course it would take some time to learn how to type all these chars on
> the keyboard, but by some clever editors macro tricks, you would quickly get
> over this.
> Here's another pythonic construct that imo would look nicer.
> f← λ x: x↑2
> But I'm dreaming. Nobody will ever do anything as crazy as this... ☺
Reality always transcends our dreams...
Of course, that was long before Unicode, and you needed special terminals.
But used the arrow and many other symbols.
Plus lots of other features (including some that I did not find in more
Good interactive interpreter, consistent multidimensional array interface,
sane behavior of the modulus operator on negative numbers and of rounding of
complex, extreme expressiveness (however: horrible flow control and
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