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Boris Borcic bborcic at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 17:47:27 CET 2007


ZeD wrote:
> Grant Edwards wrote:
> 
>> The user-defined xor is operates on "logical" boolean values.
>> The one in the operator module is a bitwise operator.
> 
> def xor(a, b):
>     return bool(a) ^ bool(b)
> 
> seems more explicit to me.
> maybe, to make "more" explicit (too much, onestly...)
> 
> from operator import xor as bitwise_xor
> 
> def logical_xor(a, b):
>     return bitwise_xor(bool(a), bool(b))
> 

I'd prefer   bool(a)!=bool(b)

or even      bool(a) is not bool(b)




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