Integers have docstring for int()
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Wed Aug 11 17:02:20 CEST 2004
Andrew> I accidentally discovered that all the basic types in Python
Andrew> have docstrings that describe the functions to create them. For
Andrew> integers, you get:
Andrew> This seems a little unexpected to me; is there any particular
Andrew> reason for this behaviour?
Why should this be unexpected? If you execute
you get its docstring. Since the __doc__ attribute is attached to the class
it will be found when the search starts at an instance of the class as well.
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