[Python-Dev] Re: PEP 285: Adding a bool type
Wed, 3 Apr 2002 07:58:22 -0600
> For me, Python's (old) way of handling boolean conditions is one of
> its great strengths. This wasn't always the case. When I started
> using Python, I was slightly put off by the lack of a boolean data
> type. But quite quickly I learned to appreciate Python's way of
> dealing with this issue.
How does the PEP change "Python's (old) way of handling boolean conditions"?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but under the PEP, you can still do this:
l = range(10)
print "My, the list is not empty!"
So what's different?