[docs] [issue11977] Document int.conjugate, .denominator, ...
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Éric Araujo <merwok at netwok.org> added the comment:
> Also I want to point out that I find the information very hard to
> find as a human. The fact that integers are based on `numbers.Number`
> is -- at this point in time where 95% of all Python developers don't
> know about the `numbers` module or abstract base classes in general
> -- an implementation detail and as such should not affect the way
> `int` is documented.
Not really: int is not based on numbers.Number, but the ABC serves as documentation.
> I propose to have decent class references for int, str, ... similar
> to the reference for dict -- that is, document all attributes and
> methods in one place and make them referencable.
Hum, I think this should be fixed, but not with tons of text containing duplicated information (once for int, once for long, once for float...) Ezio: you recently fixed a similar problem with collections ABCs methods; what’s your opinion here?
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