On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 1:03 PM, Terry Reedy <tjre...@udel.edu> wrote:
> After all, we have "break" in both for and while loops, so clearly there is
>>> the use case...
> In both cases, we use 'break' to mean break. If we want to break
> comprehensions, I think we should continue to use 'break' to mean break
> instead of twisting 'while' to mean 'break'.
I was thinking that too.
>> [expression for x in sequence if condition break]
hmm, but if you want to filter, also?
[expression for x in sequence if condition if condition break]
[expression for x in sequence if condition break if condition ]
both of those seem more confusing to me than while.
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