Stefan Ram wrote:
> Jon Ribbens <jon+usenet at unequivocal.eu> writes:
>> On 2020-02-02, Stefan Ram <ram at zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
>>> void( ( print( 2 ), print( 3 )))
>> I'm not sure why you'd want to - but "None and foo" is an expression
>> that will return None regardless of the value of "foo".
> Yes, but it also does not evaluate the second operand. I.e.,
> None and( print( 2 ), print( 3 ))
> prints nothing at all.
> I was looking for something that still evaluates and then
> maps the value obtained to None.
( (print(2), print(3)), None)
I wonder why one would need such a thing, though...