[docs] [issue21014] `1` => `True`; for tutorial docs
Terry J. Reedy
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Fri Mar 28 23:19:16 CET 2014
Terry J. Reedy added the comment:
Raymond, what I think you meant is that in 2.x, 'True' is a builtin name that can be shadowed by a user assignment "True = 'not true'" whereas in 3.x it is a keyword name like None that cannot be changed ("None = 'some'" fails even in 2.7).
I checked and the patch is needed in 3.4 and (I presume) 3.5.
versions: +Python 3.4, Python 3.5 -Python 2.7
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