Python3: hex() on arbitrary classes

Philipp Hagemeister phihag at phihag.de
Tue Sep 1 17:22:31 CEST 2009


class X(object):
    def __int__(self): return 42
    def __hex__(self): return '2b' #sic

hex(X())


What would you expect? Python2 returns '2b', but python 3(74624) throws
TypeError: 'X' object cannot be interpreted as an integer. Why doesn't
python convert the object to int before constructing the hex string?

Regards,

Philipp Hagemeister


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