a, None, None, b, c, None = tuple_returning_function( )
to only grab the needed unpacked values.
I *THINK*, long ago, I actually checked that None *DIDN'T* actually
get a value assigned to it. In any event, it never got me into
trouble before, so I had come to assume that 'None' was sort of
like the risc zero-register.
Now, I HAVE gotten into trouble using it. And now I discover that:
>>>None = 1
Has this behaviour changed ?
Or is my memory totally false about what it USED to do ?
Help!!! I'm about to dump core over this !!!
- Steve Majewski (804-982-0831) <sdm7g@Virginia.EDU>
- UVA Department of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics