Any other Python flaws?

Chris Barker chrishbarker at home.net
Fri Jun 15 00:13:52 CEST 2001


The fact that you can not override boolean operators: and, or, not,
others?

I'm glad I can now write:

a > b 

and have the result be determined by the classes of a and b, but I
really want to also be able to write:

(a > b) and (c > d)

NumPy is the obvious case for using this, but I'm sure there are other
uses as well.

-Chris


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