[docs] [issue19438] Where is NoneType in Python 3?

R. David Murray report at bugs.python.org
Tue Oct 29 23:07:06 CET 2013


R. David Murray added the comment:

See http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0294/ for some background on this.  The unexpected thing is actually that the types module still exists at all in Python3 :)

That said, its documentation could, indeed, use some improvement to address this kind of question.

Searching the python-dev email list for 'NoneType removal types module" turns up some interesting posts, back in the 2.3 days...basically, type(None) is the One True Way to get NoneType :)

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