sequence multiplied by -1
bc at freeuk.com
Sun Sep 26 14:41:49 CEST 2010
"Yingjie Lan" <lanyjie at yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> I noticed that in python3k, multiplying a sequence by a negative integer
> is the same as multiplying it by 0, and the result is an empty sequence.
> It seems to me that there is a more meaningful symantics.
> Simply put, a sequence multiplied by -1 can give a reversed sequence.
> Then for any sequence "seq", and integer n>0, we can have
> "seq * -n" producing "(seq * -1) * n".
> Any thoughts?
Best to define multiplication only by unsigned or positive values.
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