documentation error
Bryan Olson
fakeaddress at nowhere.org
Sun Sep 4 22:02:10 CEST 2005
Reinhold Birkenfeld wrote:
> tiissa wrote:
>
>>bill wrote:
>>
>>>>From 3.2 in the Reference Manual "The Standard Type Hierarchy":
>>>
>>>"Integers
>>> These represent elements from the mathematical set of whole
>>>numbers."
>>>
>>>The generally recognized definition of a 'whole number' is zero and the
>>>positive integers.
>>
>>This term is ambiguous as it seems to be used for both natural numbers
>>and signed numbers [1].
>
>
> I cleared this up; now it reads "... set of whole numbers (positive
and negative
> ones)."
Consider deleting the sentence in which the Python doc tries to
define mathematical integers.
Integers
[In Python] There are three types of integers:
--
--Bryan
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