[Python-Dev] Int FutureWarnings and other 2.4 TODOs
fincher.8 at osu.edu
Wed Dec 3 12:15:17 EST 2003
On Wednesday 03 December 2003 11:10 am, Guido van Rossum wrote:
> So the question is, does long have operations that int doesn't have?
> And if so, why can't those operations be added to int? And if there's
> a reason, is it good enough?
Taking into account their difference in representation, a long can support
1<<32, but an int can't.
I'm not saying that the "proper" (long) behavior can't be unified into a
single type, just giving an example of an operation long supports but int
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