Weirdness comparing strings
almar.klein at gmail.com
Tue Sep 30 12:53:49 CEST 2008
Better post complete code. I don't see where self.note_name is
defined, and what are these accidentals?
def has_the_same_name(self, note):
return self == note
but this does not implicitly convert self to a string. You'll have to
do in explicitly:
use "return str(self) == note" instead.
Hope this helps,
2008/9/30 Mr. SpOOn <mr.spoon21 at gmail.com>
> I have this piece of code:
> class Note():
> def has_the_same_name(self, note):
> return self == note
> def __str__(self):
> return self.note_name + accidentals[self.accidentals]
> __repr__ = __str__
> if __name__ == '__main__':
> n = Note('B')
> n2 = Note('B')
> print n
> print n2
> print n.has_the_same_name(n2)
> I'd expect to get "True", because their string representation is
> actually the same, instead the output is:
> I think I'm missing something stupid. Where am I wrong?
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