'1' + 1 ==> True ???
peter at engcorp.com
Thu Mar 18 14:45:48 CET 2004
Nicola Mingotti wrote:
> This is all what i wanted to know .
> Even if i can't see it's utility , at least
> for the behaviour of the comparison between strings
> and numbers with every string considered greater of every int .
One example of its utility: in a sort algorithm, you would want to be
able to produce consistent orderings of items in a list, even if some of
the items were strings, and others were integers. (That may in fact be
its _only_ utility, for all I know.)
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