Why can't I xor strings?
Fri Oct 8 23:51:11 CEST 2004
dataangel <k04jg02 at kzoo.edu> writes:
> To save time the first thing my function does is check if
> I'm comparing an empty vs. a non-empty string, because they are to be
> never considered similar.
> Right now I have to write out the check like this:
> if str1 and str2:
> if not str1 or not str2:
> return 0
return (len(s) > 0)
if nonempty(str1) != nonempty(str2):
Of course there's other ways to write the same thing. Python 2.3 has
a "bool" function which when called on a string, returns true iff the
string is nonempty.
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