[Python-Dev] PEP 326 (quick location possibility)
tim.one at comcast.net
Thu Jan 29 16:56:17 EST 2004
> Well, then we should add "==" and "<>" also.
Alas, <> will be introduced as a deprecated spelling, despite Barry's
> I'm sure disambiguities in the grammar can be resolved somehow ;-)
> >>> == == ==
> >>> <> <> <>
I'm quite sure the last line should be True. <> compares not equal to
everything, including itself, while == compares equal to everything. Then
>>> <> == ==
might be a nice way to spell random.choice([True, False]); or maybe it
should raise a new ParadoxError. We should leave *something* for Guido to
decide here <wink>.
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