Why long integers
gerrit at nl.linux.org
Mon Oct 13 10:15:31 CEST 2003
Tim Peters wrote:
> [Joe Green]
> > I have been wondering why we have Long integers as a seperate type:
> > ...
> Please see
Why is it PEP 237 is not implemented using __future__?
There are several incompatible changes: x<<n, 0xffffffff, etc.
I am not a computer scientist so I do not understand why this
behaved like it did in the past (nor do I really care), but being
able to user a from __future__ import foo statement seems applicable
here. Why hasn't it been applied here?
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