Implicit conversion to boolean in if and while statements
stefan_ml at behnel.de
Sun Jul 15 11:17:12 CEST 2012
Andrew Berg, 15.07.2012 10:34:
> This has probably been discussed before, but why is there an implicit
> conversion to a boolean in if and while statements?
There isn't. This has nothing to do with "if" or "while".
All objects have a truth value in Python, evaluating to True by default
(object), unless they implement the test themselves.
As Chris said, very convenient.
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