steve at pearwood.info
Mon Aug 25 01:54:48 CEST 2008
On Mon, 25 Aug 2008 05:04:16 am Antoine Pitrou wrote:
> > > CompareFloatsIntegers: 274ms 274ms 0.30us
> > > 0.630ms
> > Much slower, but probably due to switch from int -> long. There
> > could be potential for optimizing this case.
> Well honestly you don't often compare different types. I think the
> most common exception to this rule would be None vs. non-None.
Surely the most common None vs non-None comparison would be the "is"
operator, which I hope remains fast.
I don't know about other people, but I often compare floats with ints.
Here's a contrived example:
x = some_float()
if x == -1:
I suppose it's no hardship to start writing float literals instead of
int literals, if needed.
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