"is" and "=="
imbosol-1047407749 at aerojockey.com
Tue Mar 11 19:45:19 CET 2003
Thomas Wouters wrote:
> There are very few uses of 'is' in normal user code...
> (much like 'from module import *' :)
That's just not true. There are real reasons in normal user code to
test the identity of an object, and not just against singletons like
Want to search a deeply-nested list for a particular object (which
might itself be a deeply nested list)? It happens. Use is. Assert
that an object is its child's parent in a heirarchy? Use is.
It's uncommon, but there are more than a few good uses for is.
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