Newbie that don't understand
martin.stahl at telia.com
Sat Jun 29 19:00:16 CEST 2002
I have never been programming before and now I am reading the
"Non-Programmers Tutorial For Python"
And don't understand the following
"To start off this chapter I am going to give you a example of what you
could do but shouldn't (so don't type it in):
a = 23
b = -23
if a < 0:
a = -a
if b < 0:
b = -b
if a == b:
print "The absolute values of", a,"and",b,"are equal"
print "The absolute values of a and b are different"
with the output being:
The absolute values of 23 and 23 are equal"
how can 23 and -23 be equal?
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