On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 4:50 PM, botp <botpena / gmail.com> wrote:
> thank you all, matt/llelan/robert.

You're welcome!

> r=foo and return r
>
> is good, but i think i'll stick w the older if r=foo style...(in the meantime :)

I wouldn't do that, there is a certain risk that it looks like a
typing error (i.e. someone assumes you meant "if r==foo...").  If I
would want to use "if" then I'd do

r = foo
return r if r

But I think the idiom with "and" is superior. :-)

Kind regards

robert

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