[Python-ideas] Suggestion: Extend integers to include iNaN
gadgetsteve at live.co.uk
Sun Sep 30 11:13:42 EDT 2018
On 30/09/2018 15:48, Chris Angelico wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 12:45 AM Anders Hovmöller <boxed at killingar.net> wrote:
>> But making any change to the basic types truth table is a big -1 from me. This seems like a Python 2-3 transition to me.
> Far FAR worse than anything that changed in Py2->Py3.
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I can see that breaking a LOT of existing code so would not think that
it would be a practical option, I am thinking of having a isnan &/or
If the behaviour of integers were changed so that all NaN producing
operations that took non-NaN inputs were to produce a signalling NaN,
i.e. also produce an Exception but a pass on that Exception (explicitly
changed Signalling NaN to Quiet NaN) I don't see any non-NaN aware code
being forced to change.
Steve (Gadget) Barnes
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