from __future__ import ... within an RExec?
Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Sun Aug 18 06:11:17 CEST 2002
Paul Rubin wrote:
> Erik Max Francis <max at alcyone.com> writes:
> > >>> x.r_exec('from __future__ import division')
> > >>> x.r_eval('1/2')
> > 0
> > but no such luck. Trying to use the .r_import method directly also
> > didn't come up with anything. I'm not getting an ImportError, just
> > nothing's happening. Is there any way to do this within a RExec?
> Use x.r_eval(1.0/2.0).
Um, I know how to do float division. I'd like the / operator itself to
exhibit float division behavior. I'm well aware of how to do float
division between two numbers; third parties are entering in expressions
to be evaluated and would prefer that the / operator exhibits float
division behavior rather than integer division.
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