Ross Ridge wrote:Of course what print did mattered. `print` was not changed to `print()`
> Ross Ridge <rri...@csclub.uwaterloo.ca> wrote:
>> No, they're very much alike. That's why all your arguments for print
>> as function also apply just as well to pass a function. Your arguments
>> had very little to do what what print actually did.
> Chris Angelico <ros...@gmail.com> wrote:
> For consistancy with print. What it does doesn't matter any more than
because a function looks cooler; it was changed because it does stuff,
and what it does could be changed with parameters, and overriding it
with your own custom thingie was a useful thing to do.
What code does `pass` run? When do we pass parameters to `pass`? When
Answers: None. Never. Still waiting for a reply from the OP for a use
How does that quote go? "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of
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