Is time.time() < time.time() always true?
bignose+hates-spam at benfinney.id.au
Wed Nov 22 02:18:06 CET 2006
"Delaney, Timothy (Tim)" <tdelaney at avaya.com> writes:
> So long as the clock on the machine it's running on is not set
> backwards between the two calls, you can guarantee that
> time.time() <= time.time()
> will always evaluate true.
Really? Where does Python guarantee that the left side *must* be
evaluated before the right side of a comparison? (If the right side
were to be evaluated first, the left might end up with a greater
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