Re: Other Python syntax changes
Daniel LaLiberte (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 9 Dec 91 13:19:29 CST
If you can do automatic static type checking without declarations, great!
But I suggested the general assertion mechanism as perhaps the more
valuable enhancement to python. How about if a logical expression
appears as a statement, then the expression must evaluate to true.
If it fails, then an exception is raised. This would avoid having
to introduce new syntax, but "=" would be a problem. So add an
assert: expression statement.