Python 3.0, 'Hello' < 42

Terry Reedy tjreedy at udel.edu
Wed Jan 28 23:15:31 CET 2009


Martin v. Löwis wrote:
>> But the document also mentions that the result is not strictly
>> "undefined" but "reproducable undetermined".
> 
> What specific document are you looking at, and where specifically
> does it say that? I can't believe that the quotation marks indicate
> an actual quote, in particular because "reproducible" is misspelled.

I believe there was something like that in the 2.x docs but nothing in 
the Expressions / Comparisons section of 3.0.
> 
> In any case, I can't find anything like that in the 3.0 changes
> document, and, given that the comparison *does* give an exception,
> any statement that the result is undetermined would be false.




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