[sf-lug] [PYCLASS] Session 3: Monday Oct 6
jim at well.com
Sat Oct 4 15:21:01 PDT 2008
i don't think it ever will be.
each function call resolves to the value
it returns (my sloppy example did not include
an explicit return statement in the function
body, i can't remember if the chapters
included that info).
assuming "la la la" includes a return
statement, do_twice(6,3) would return 216,
do_twice(6,2) would return 36, do_once(6)
would return 6, all while the interpreter
was still working on the statement: the
values would remain while the addition
operation was resolved, then the sum would
be assigned to answer.
On Sat, 2008-10-04 at 14:49 -0700, Alex Kleider wrote:
> a_kleider at yahoo.com
> --- On Sat, 10/4/08, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
> > not necessarily. write the functions
> > (at top) then call them as you need them
> > for each specific arithmetic requirement.
> > how elegantly to combine the results
> > of multiple calls for a single arithmetic
> > result seems elusive: i don't like the
> > summing idea, though i can't say why
> > (probably gut feel desire for a single
> > does_all() function call).
> > def do_twice(value, recdepth):
> > # la la la
> Has the following syntax ( "adding" function calls) been introduced yet?
> > answer = do_twice(6,3) + do_twice(6,2) + do_once(6)
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