[Tutor] A Million Sevens
andreas at kostyrka.org
Fri Nov 24 23:20:46 CET 2006
* Chris Hengge <pyro9219 at gmail.com> [061119 00:44]:
> That must be part of Pythons shiny ability of dynamic data types? Must be a
> messy operation to change data-types like that.. I think I'll just do my
> best to work with the right data-types the whole time ;D
Well, huge miss understanding:
a = b + c
=> a gets a reference to a newly created object containing the sum of
b and c.
a += b
=> a again gets a reference to a new object.
So there is not much point in trying to apply performance experiences
from other languages like C++ or Java.
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