object identity and hashing

castironpi at gmail.com castironpi at gmail.com
Mon Feb 25 16:06:44 CET 2008


> But this doesn't tell you anything about Python except that it's
> flexible enough to construct counter-intuitive classes.
>
> Everything you have been told is true for the normal cases you will come
> across in everyday usage. If you want to play in the obscure corners of
> the language that's fine, but don't try and treat them as mainstream.

Good point.



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