Incomparable abominations (was: python-dev Summary)
danb_83 at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 23 09:46:06 CET 2003
"Donn Cave" <donn at drizzle.com> wrote in message news:<1048379933.586672 at yasure>...
> What about
> 1 == "2"
> should it also be cause for an exception?
Imho, no. It should simply have a value of False.
> Sorry if I missed the
> earlier posts in this thread that would explain how == differs from
> < in this application.
Because it makes intuitive sense that x != y when x and y have
completely different types. The same cannot be said about "3" < 1.
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