and [True,True] --> [True, True]?????

Grant Edwards invalid at invalid
Tue Apr 21 16:35:13 CEST 2009

On 2009-04-21, Steven D'Aprano <steven at> wrote:

> No matter what x is (excluding buggy classes), "if x" means
> "test whether x is true in a boolean context".
> If x happens to be a list, that means "x is empty". If x is a
> float, it means "x is positive or negative zero".

I think you've got your true/false cases flipped...

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