__cmp__ between dissimilar objects
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Wed Nov 15 00:49:40 CET 2006
At Tuesday 14/11/2006 19:27, insyte at gmail.com wrote:
> > >Can you point me to a description of this algorithm? It doesn't seem
> > >to be described in the documentation for the rich comparison or __cmp__
> > >methods...
> > PEP 207
> > http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0207/
>So since I implemented __cmp__ instead of the rich comparison
>operators, Python first tried to reverse the comparison. This gave
>datetime the opportunity to throw TypeError *before* the interpreter
>failed over to trying __cmp__.
>Is that correct?
Exactly. And if datetime were not so special in its implementation, a
NotImplementedError (instead of TypeError) would have let your code a
chance of being executed.
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