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Old 3rd May 2019, 01:30   #1  |  Link
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Breaking a long line of code into many lines without creating intermediate vars?

On C/C++ programming, a single long line of code (ending in the obligatory ';' semicolon) can be split into many short lines separated by newlines and whitespace (as long as the ; is only used at the end of the final split line) and still be treated as a single line of code by the parser.

Is there something similar on Python, the basis for VapourSynth?

Because I have an extremely-long line of code where I need to concatenate 88 video clips like this:
danmakuseq = danmaku00+danmaku01+danmaku02+danmaku03+danmaku04+danmaku05+(...)+danmaku83+danmaku84+danmaku85+danmaku86+danmaku87
and don't want to create too many intermediate clips or even turn on word-wrapping on my text editor.
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Method 3: construct that with a for loop and eval().
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