[Tutor] __and_ and and_

David Ascher da@ski.org
Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:25:51 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)

> >Why doesn't the 'in-operator' '__and__' behave the same way as 'and_'?
> Because __and__ is the special method for overriding '&' (bitwise 
> and), not 'and' (Boolean and).  You didn't override the latter, so it 
> does what it normally does -- if both arguments are true, it returns 
> the first one.
> I don't see a way to override the 'and' or 'or' operators... you 
> might be stuck using & and | instead.  Anybody have a better idea?

There is no way to override and or or or not.