How about adding rational fraction to Python?
Wed Feb 27 06:42:23 CET 2008
"Gabriel Genellina" <gagsl-py2 at yahoo.com.ar> writes:
> They exist since this semantic change was introduced *seven* *years*
> ago, in 2001, so it's not that suddenly the Python world is going to
> be upside down... I can't believe how long this thread is by now...
I don't think it's a sudden uproar about int/int being float, it's
just one of the periodic discussions about introducing a rational
type, like we not that long ago got a decimal type.
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