PEP 312 (and thus 308) implemented with a black magic trick
aleax at aleax.it
Tue Mar 18 16:07:10 CET 2003
Erik Max Francis wrote:
> Furthermore, if you change the meaning of ~, what operator now becomes
> used to represent bitwise negation?
"operator", of course -- or the
"operator", as a roughly equivalent alternative -- after all,
assert ~x == -1^x == -1-x
innit...? Using ^ has the advantage of raising TypeError when ~ would
(I think), while - would be more permissive.
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