[Python-Dev] Negative long literals (was Re: Does Python need a '>>>' operator?)
Mon, 10 Jun 2002 08:56:40 -0400
On Mon, Jun 10 @ 08:16, Tim Peters wrote:
> I think Beni has a very nice idea here, especially for people who can't
> visualize 2's-complement (not mentioning Guido by name <wink>).
I like the idea but I'm not sure that still solves the down casting
problem. Say I do some bit ops on a long type and want to get it
into an int size (for whatever reason and there are several), I need
somehow to tell python that it is not an overflow when I'm int()ing
the number. Perhaps int could take a second hidden argument. Be
able to do a:
which is pretty clear.
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