Comprehensions, Where Art Thou?
zenparsing at gmail.com
Mon Aug 11 13:08:55 PDT 2014
> (Man, now that I've looked at these for a bit, I really see the logic of
> Python putting the value *before* the for. It gives you an examplar value
> of what the array will look like, right up front, before sliding in the
> "and here's how you make the rest of them!" indicator. It also means that
> all three constructions have the cross() call, the important part, lined up
> in front so you can see the parallel structure more easily. This really
> helps me comprehend the code, no pun intended.)
I agree - having the "for" in front makes it harder to read.
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