I support PEP 326
jcarlson at nospam.uci.edu
Mon Jan 26 21:24:33 CET 2004
> +1 on the PEP. The names Max and Min seem fine to me, but I'm not
> married to them.
> What would be the consequence of making Min and None compare equal?
> Then the "None as second lowest" issue goes away. I can't think of an
> example where that would cause problems, but there probably are
The issue is that when Min and None are in a sequence that gets sorted,
you can end up with Minimums and Nones getting interspersed like so:
[Min, None, Min...]
In general, that behavior is frowned upon.
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