Is 'everything' a refrence or isn't it?
apardon at forel.vub.ac.be
Sat Jan 14 09:14:01 EST 2006
On 2006-01-14, Steven D'Aprano <steve at REMOVETHIScyber.com.au> wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Jan 2006 16:11:53 -0800, rurpy wrote:
>> It would help if you or someone would answer these
>> five questions (with something more than "yes" or "no" :-)
>> 1. Do all objects have values?
> All objects ARE values. Some values themselves are complex objects
> which in turn contain other values, e.g. if I execute:
I don't agree with this wording. If a mutable object mutates it
is still the same object but is's value has changed. So I would
agree with: objects have values.
> L = [None, 1, "hello"]
> I have created a name 'L' which is bound to ("has the value of") a list
> with three items. The first item has the value of ("is the object") None,
> the second has the value of ("is the object") 1, and the third is the
> string "hello".
But if you execute L.append(False) then L is still the same object
but it's value is different.
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