[docs] [issue36879] bug with round() and "numpy floats"
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Mark Dickinson <dickinsm at gmail.com> added the comment:
> Maybe we should add something in the docs regarding the no-restriction point.
IMO, the docs are clear enough (and also long enough) already here. Just as with most other magic methods, classes from third-party packages can return whatever they like. It doesn't seem worth adding specific disclaimers about this everywhere that a magic method might be used. Otherwise, we should also add corresponding disclaimers about `__floor__`, `__ceil__`, `__trunc__`, `__pow__`, and so on, and I think that would just introduce an increase in documentation size without any overall increase in clarity or usefulness.
I'd prefer to stick to documenting that there _is_ a restriction where that's true (e.g., `__index__` or `__hash__`).
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