Style question (Poll)
ramit.prasad at jpmorgan.com
Thu Mar 15 00:08:17 CET 2012
> > Only use 'is' if you are looking for objects like True,
> > False, None or something that MUST be exactly the same object.
> I've rarely seen valid uses of 'is True' or 'is False'.
It can be useful when you think something might be None or False. Although,
I suppose you could always just use 'is None' instead.
>>> 1 == True
>>> 1 is True
>>> 0 == False
>>> 0 is False
Granted, the above example is a pretty facetious case; not sure I
can come up with a reasonably real world use case.
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