Tuple assignment and generators?

Alexandre Fayolle alf at merlin.fayauffre.org
Fri May 5 11:47:19 CEST 2006


Le 05-05-2006, Diez <deets at nospam.web.de> nous disait:

> The thing you observe as accident is that sometimes "0 is 0" is true just
> because of an optimization of number objects allocation. Such things happen
> in the "real" world - other examples are string-interning in e.g. the JVM
> (and I bet they have a similar scheme to boxed number object allocation as
> python has).

String interning is available in Python too, by using the intern()
builtin function. 

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