True, False, None

Douglas Alan nessus at mit.edu
Wed Nov 12 01:12:54 CET 2003


Alex Martelli <aleax at aleax.it> writes:

> OTOH, the chance that the spelling of True, False and None will change
> is close to that of a snowball in the _upper_ reaches of Hell (the
> _lower_ ones are in fact frozen, as any reader of Alighieri well knows,
> so the common idiom just doesn't apply...:-).

Can someone remind me as to why these are capitalized?  They clash
annoyingly with the common coding convention that capitalizes only
classes.

|>oug




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