Adds a threading operator to Python. This is stupid and you probably shouldn't use it.
- The right-hand side must be a function call.
- Requires access to functions' source code. Meaning this won't work in the interpreter.
pip install threadop
import operator from threadop import enable_threadop @enable_threadop def example(): # The below is equivalent to # print(operator.mul(operator.add(42, 15), 2)) 42 | operator.add(15) | operator.mul(2) | print() example()
threadop is licensed under the 3-Clause BSD license. Please see LICENSE for licensing details.