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Tue Mar 7 01:25:41 CET 2006
Peter Hansen wrote:
> On the other hand, if 'something' is actually some arbitrary object,
> then it's definitely not always true, especially for anything not
> built in to Python.
Yes, I had strings in mind. And I guess it will work with the other
primitive types, but anything that repr to something like '<function f at
0x0128CFB0>' will crash, since it's not a valid Python expression.
Is the interpreter in fact using repr(), or parts of it, to generate output
when you type an expression at the command prompt? The results sure look
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