Is 'everything' a refrence or isn't it?
fakeaddress at nowhere.org
Fri Jan 13 02:06:54 EST 2006
rurpy at yahoo.com wrote:
> The reason is that I am still trying to figure out
> what a value is myself. Do all objects have values?
> not which do and which don't? What's the value of int(1)?
> An object? Some otherwise unreachable thing that
> represents the abstract concept of the number 1?
The value is the integer one. Python's 'int' is an abstract
data type. It's values are the integers.
> What the value of object()? A few weeks ago I turned
> to that page for enlightenment, with the results I reported.
I think type 'object' has only one value, so that's it.
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