bool behavior in Python 3000?
steve at REMOVE.THIS.cybersource.com.au
Thu Jul 12 03:47:27 CEST 2007
On Wed, 11 Jul 2007 08:04:33 +0200, Stargaming wrote:
> No, I think Bjoern just wanted to point out that all those binary
> boolean operators already work *perfectly*. You just have to emphasize
> that you're doing boolean algebra there, using `bool()`.
> "Explicit is better than implicit."
So we should always write things explicitly like:
if bool(bool(some_condition) is True) is True:
first_line = str(some_string).split(str("\n"))[int(0)]
n = int(int(len(list(some_list))) + int(1))
elif bool(bool(some_condition) is False) is True:
f = float(math.sin(float(6.0)/float(math.pi)))
instead of the less explicit code. I'll try to remember that, thank you
for the advice.
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