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Wed Feb 10 00:59:16 CET 2010
En Tue, 09 Feb 2010 15:47:43 -0300, Martin Drautzburg
<Martin.Drautzburg at web.de> escribió:
> Carl Banks wrote:
>> You can have __add__ return a closure for the first addition, then
>> perform the operation on the second one. Example (untested):
> That's way cool.
> <Flash of insight> Of course! - CURRYING!! If you can return closures
> you can do everything with just single-parameter functions.</Flash of
> BTW I am not really trying to add three objects, I wanted a third object
> which controls the way the addition is done. Sort of like "/" and "//"
> which are two different ways of doing division.
See http://code.activestate.com/recipes/384122/ for another cool hack that
may help with that.
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