Python and generic programming

Christophe Cavalaria chris.cavalaria at free.fr
Tue Oct 26 23:46:45 CEST 2004


Oliver Fromme wrote:

> The appropriate type checking is done at compile time.  That
> is, if your program calls sort with two lists of different
> type (e.g. a list of strings and a list of ints), then the
> compiler will detect that and report an error.

This must be a bad example because I expect to be able to sort a list of
integers and a list of strings with the same sort function.





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