Multiplying sequences with floats
me at privacy.net
Fri Mar 24 01:34:41 CET 2006
On Fri, 24 Mar 2006 00:35:44 +0100,
Christoph Zwerschke <cito at online.de> wrote:
> Currently, if you write 3*'*', you will get '***', but if you write
> 3.0*'*', you will get an error (can't multiply sequence by non-int).
> I was wondering whether this should be allowed, i.e. multiplication of
> a sequence with a float. There could be either an implicit typecast to
> int (i.e. rounding) ...
Explicit is better than implicit.
At least until some future version of python in which math.sqrt( 4.0 )
returns an integer. ;-)
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