Python 3.0 - is this true?

Roy Smith roy at
Sun Nov 9 23:21:39 CET 2008

In article <6nogbsFmao91U1 at>,
 Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch <bj_666 at> wrote:

> One added value in Python 3.0 would be that they are sortable in a 
> `list`.  But seriously, your token example should work fine with 
> Python 3.0 because the wish to sort tokens is a bit exotic IMHO.

Hmmm, I seem to have engaged in a bit of topic drift, for which I 
apologize.  I was commenting specifically on the issue of lists holding 
heterogeneous types, not on heterogeneous types being sortable.

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