|> FWIW, the equivalent in idiomatic Python3 is:
Thanks, interesting idea to turn it inside out!¹ =)
But why Python3, AFAIK generators were already introduced in 2.
> while back a monstrosity was released...
Thanks, even more fun! =)
Especially the last line (after "bugs and limitations")
Oh, and almost forgot: We are sorry, Guido. So sorry.
( addicted to the Perl Programming Language)
¹) while its a bit cumbersome that you need to iterate over the yields...
... why not using a decorator to abstract the loop away?
this worked for me in Py 2.5.2
>>> def test():
... print("You are in the method")
... yield 1
... print("You are again back to the method")
... yield 2
>>> for a in test():
... print("You are in the block "+str(a))
You are in the method
You are in the block 1
You are again back to the method
You are in the block 2
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