Test 0 and false since false is 0
On 11/07/17 14:16, Albert-Jan Roskam wrote:
> From: Python-list <python-list-bounces+sjeik_appie=hotmail.com at python.org> on behalf of Dan Sommers <dan at tombstonezero.net>
> Sent: Friday, July 7, 2017 2:46 AM
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> Subject: Re: Test 0 and false since false is 0
> On Thu, 06 Jul 2017 19:29:00 -0700, Sayth Renshaw wrote:
>> I have tried or conditions of v == False etc but then the 0's being
>> false also aren't moved. How can you check this at once?
> Maybe this will help:
> Python 3.5.3+ (default, Jun 7 2017, 23:23:48)
> [GCC 6.3.0 20170516] on linux
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> >>> False == 0
> >>> False is 0
> =====> Just wondering: Is this 'is' test depending on an implementation detail of cPython (small ints, I forgot how small 0-255 maybe, are singletons)?
No, it's not an implementation detail. True and False are singletons,
and are different objects from 1 and 0 (they behave differently when
converted to strings, for example). Now, relying on "0 is 0" being true
would be relying on an implementation detail, but you weren't going to
do that, were you?
Rhodri James *-* Kynesim Ltd