"/a" is not "/a" ?

Joshua Kugler joshua at joshuakugler.com
Fri Mar 6 20:44:45 CET 2009

Emanuele D'Arrigo wrote:

>>>> c = "/a"
>>>> d = "/a"
>>>> c == d
> True               # all good so far
>>>> c is d
> False             # eeeeek!
> Why c and d point to two different objects with an identical string
> content rather than the same object?

Because you instantiated two difference objects.
should get you started on Python and objects.


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