[docs] [issue9132] Documentation for comparing dictionaries is out of date

Éric Araujo report at bugs.python.org
Sun Jul 4 22:07:14 CEST 2010


Éric Araujo <merwok at netwok.org> added the comment:

Thanks for the explanation of the patch keyword. Its description (click on “Keywords”) is indeed generic (“contains patch”), http://www.python.org/dev/patches/ should probably say it too.

I don’t have enough knowledge to make a useful comment on the rest of your reply. Other people most certainly will.

I think two of my remarks are not addressed by your reply:
- Is the term “order comparisons” used in the doc? If not, its
meaning is non-obvious, and I’d like to find something clearer.
- Testing with “is” is called identity testing, “in” is membership or containement testing. Where are they called “comparisons”?

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