Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Wed Jan 1 05:39:00 CET 2003
Dan Bishop wrote:
> Of course you can't. type doesn't return a string.
And, through the wonders of Python's interactivity, here's a great way
to tell (for types in general, not just DateTime types):
>>> s = "I'm a string"
>>> t = type(s)
"Oh," one should realize at this point, "obviously that's not just some
string, because then its type would have been a string."
Erik Max Francis / max at alcyone.com / http://www.alcyone.com/max/
__ San Jose, CA, USA / 37 20 N 121 53 W / &tSftDotIotE
/ \ All your slick moves / They were once innocent moves
Bosskey.net: Quake III Arena / http://www.bosskey.net/q3a/
A personal guide to Quake III Arena.
More information about the Python-list