On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 1:29 AM, Frank Millman <fr...@chagford.com> wrote:
> "Marko Rauhamaa"  wrote in message news:87d1hd4d5k....@elektro.pacujo.net...
>> One of the more useful ones might be:
>>     o = await anext(ait)
> Definitely!
> But I found it easy to write my own -
> async def anext(aiter):
>    return await aiter.__anext__()

Even simpler:

def anext(aiter):
    return aiter.__anext__()

As a general rule, if the only await in a coroutine is immediately
prior to the return, then it doesn't need to be a coroutine. Just
return the thing it's awaiting so that the caller can be rid of the
middle man and await it directly.

Reply via email to