Question about 'None'
fredrik at pythonware.com
Thu Jan 27 21:44:50 CET 2005
Steven Bethard wrote:
> So None being smaller than anything (except itself) is hard-coded into Python's compare routine.
> My suspicion is that even if/when objects of different types are no longer comparable by default
> (as has been suggested for Python 3.0), None will still compare as smaller than anything...
from the change log for Python 2.1:
"An implementation detail changed in 2.1a1 such that None now compares
less than any other object. Code relying on this new behavior (like code
that relied on the previous behavior) does so at its own risk."
the documentation (which I quoted earlier) still applies.
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