Any list larger than any number by way of dimensions?
davidf at sjsoft.com
Wed Jun 30 11:47:02 CEST 2004
Dan Bishop wrote:
> Harald Massa <cpl.19.ghum at spamgourmet.com> wrote in message news:<Xns9516E5F85104Ecpl19ghumspamgourmet at 188.8.131.52>...
>>>data = [ ... some list ]
>>>buffersize = min(data,10)
>>>Of course what I really wanted was
>>>buffersize = min(len(data),10)
>>if my memory suits me right, when everything else fails, Python is just
>>comparing the IDs of the objects. IDs are connected to the memory
> That's true for user-defined objects, but for built-in types the rule is
> None < number < list < string < tuple
> Which is consistent but wrong.
It's consistent but arbitrary. How can you say its wrong? It does what
its defined to do.
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