None assigment

Simon Brunning SBrunning at trisystems.co.uk
Fri Feb 9 10:08:52 CET 2001


> From:	Michael Hudson [SMTP:mwh21 at cam.ac.uk]
> >>> del __builtins__ 
> 
> This makes Python, erm, interesting, to use:
> 
> >>> import sys
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
> ImportError: __import__ not found
 
Eeek!
 
> but yet:
> 
> >>> None 
> >>> 
> 
> i.e. None still gets found.
 
Always something new to learn on c.l.py. *Totally* useless of course, but
fascinating nevertheless. ;-)

Cheers,
Simon Brunning
TriSystems Ltd.
sbrunning at trisystems.co.uk
There is nothing so absurd that it has not been said by philosophers. -
Cicero




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