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Le 06/07/2017 ? 20:56, Nathan Ernst a ?crit : > In Python, "==" is not a reference equality operator (and I hate Java for > their misuse of the operator), so I absolutely disagree with using the Java > description to describe Python's "==" operator, primarily because, well, > it's wrong. Simple example: > > With Python 3.5.2 (should hold for any version 2.4 or greater): >>>> a = 1 >>>> b = 1 >>>> a == b > True >>>> a is b > True >>>> c = 1000 >>>> d = 1000 >>>> c == d > True >>>> c is d > False Strange behavior in Python 3.6.0 >>> i = 3000 >>> j = 3000 >>> i is j False >>> n = 4000 ; m = 4000 ; n is m True dan

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