| PEP 634: Structural Pattern Matching ( |
A few links related to PEP 634, which will add structural pattern matching to Python via a new
case statement: PEP 634 (Specification), PEP 635 (Motivation and Rationale), PEP 636 (Tutorial & Examples)
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match/case Statement Has People Talking
Numerous people opine on Twitter about the new
match/case statement expected in Python 3.10. While some folks welcome the powerful new syntax, others lament the syntax bloat and potential for confusion they see in the new feature.
RUSSELL KEITH-MAGEE & BRANDON RHODES
Pattern Matching Accepted for Python
Discussion of last week’s acceptance of PEP 634.
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cryptography, Rust, and Gentoo
A recent update to the Python
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The PEP 8 Song
A songification of that most holiest of Python Enhancement Proposals.
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