"0 in [True,False]" returns True
fredrik at pythonware.com
Tue Dec 13 08:27:46 CET 2005
bonono at gmail.com wrote:
> > but seriously, unless you're writing an introspection tool, testing for
> > bool is pretty silly. just use "if v" or "if not v", and leave the rest to
> > Python.
> The OP's code(and his work around) doesn't look like he is testing for
which of course explains why he wrote
In some program I was testing if a variable was a boolean
in the post I replied to...
> but more like the data type of something. I thought there is some idiom
> in python which said something like "don't assume" ?
"think before you post" ?
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