[Python-Dev] Python and the Unicode Character Database
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Tue Nov 30 21:24:08 CET 2010
haiyang kang <cornsea at gmail.com> writes:
> I think it is a little ugly to have code like this: num =
> float("一.一"), expected result is: num = 1.1
That's a straw man, though. The string need not be a literal in the
program; it can be input to the program.
num = float(input_from_the_external_world)
Does that change your assessment of whether non-ASCII digits are used?
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