[Baypiggies] What is happening here with true/false comparisons

Asher Langton langton2 at llnl.gov
Tue Jan 26 00:20:25 CET 2010

On Jan 25, 2010, at 3:03 PM, Damon McCormick wrote:
> Since 'in' is just another comparison operator, it works the same  
> way.  Thus, the the original expression
> >>> a in alist == b in alist
> is equivalent to
> >>>(a in alist) and (alist == b) and (b in alist)

Thanks for the correction.  I don't typically use chained expressions,  
and I had no idea that dissimilar operators like '==' and 'in' could  
be chained like that.


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