[rust-dev] bikeshed on closure syntax
jws at csse.unimelb.edu.au
Wed Apr 18 17:07:36 PDT 2012
On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 08:14:01AM -0700, Patrick Walton wrote:
> And change BlockLambda to:
> BlockLambda ::== '->' Expr
> | '|' InferredArg (',' InferredArg)* '|' Expr
> 1. Bars indicate a closure.
> 2. A thin arrow indicates a zero-argument thunk.
Any reason we can't just have an empty '||' instead of the '->'?
It's easier to type and makes it easier to find all closures.
> 3. In any function call, trailing closure arguments can be pulled out and
> placed after a colon. If this is done, the semicolon statement separator
> after the call can be omitted.
Why is the ':' needed?
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