n is a object,what means: s='n' ?

Bruce Sass bsass at freenet.edmonton.ab.ca
Fri Aug 31 09:45:47 CEST 2001

On Fri, 31 Aug 2001, Bruce Sass wrote:
> and you even get the id (which just happens to be
> the address in memory the object is located).

Maybe, it depends on the version od Python you have.

You know you are getting old when you make stupid mistakes at 1:30AM
instead of 4:30AM.  :/

- Bruce

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