For the second-to-last post in my syntactic sugar series (the final post will be a summary/conclusion post), I am tackling what I expect is my largest and most complicated: the class statement
... is the Ellipsis singleton. Shortest syntactic sugar blog post I have written. 😁
In this post of my syntactic sugar series, I want to tackle literals. Now some literals don't really require any code changes and are really just an alternative way to write the same
For the next post in my syntactic sugar series I want to cover subscriptions. It's quite possible you're not familiar with this formal term, but you are probably familiar with the syntax: the
As part of my series on Python's syntax, I want to tackle the from clause for raise statements. In case you're unfamiliar, raise A from B causes B to be assigned to A.