[Python-Dev] ACCEPTED: PEP 285
Martin v. Loewis
04 Apr 2002 20:47:07 +0200
Neal Norwitz <email@example.com> writes:
> def test(a):
> if a is True: print 'True'
> if a == False: print 'False'
> generates these warnings:
> test.py:2: Should not assign to True, it is (or will be) a builtin
> test.py:3: Should not assign to False, it is (or will be) a builtin
While Gustavo suggests to let pass 'a is True', I recommend to give a
warning for this - people who want to see whether something is True
should write 'True is a'.