Steve R. Hastings
steve at hastings.org
Wed May 3 05:24:34 CEST 2006
On Tue, 02 May 2006 21:20:48 +0200, Boris Borcic wrote:
> Steve R. Hastings wrote:
>> So, don't test to see if something is equal to True or False:
>> if 0 == False:
>> pass # never executed; False and 0 do not directly compare
> of course they do - ie isinstance(False,int) is True and False == 0
I stand corrected. I tested most of my examples; I thought I had tested
that example, but clearly I did not.
I just tried "0 == False" in Python and it does evaluate True.
" == False" still does not, of course...
Thank you for the correction.
Steve R. Hastings "Vita est"
steve at hastings.org http://www.blarg.net/~steveha
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