Diez B. Roggisch
deets at nospam.web.de
Fri Jan 25 19:33:03 CET 2008
MartinRinehart at gmail.com schrieb:
> If it were my choice, the plus sign would do this:
> def itemadd( i1, i2 ):
> if ( type(i1) == str ) or ( type(i2) == str ):
> return str(i1) + str(i2)
> return i1 + i2
> I'd like to redefine it so it works my way but operator overloading
> seems strictly confined to classes I create. Is there a way? Or do I
> just have to grump, "Even a kludge like Perl ..."?
No, there is no way. You would change general interpreter behavior if
you could set arbitrary operators for predefined types.
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