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Old Man Yells At Cloud

On 16/09/2017 17:52, Dennis Lee Bieber wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 09:59:43 -0500, Tim Daneliuk <info at tundraware.com>
> declaimed the following:
>> Well, the whole integer floor division thing years ago was the beginning
>> of the end - Python was doomed ...
> 	Yes -- that would give me fits if I were using Python3 currently...
> Since so many of the languages I've learned over the past years use the
> concept		integer / integer => integer_result
> 	Come to think of it -- wasn't there a post from someone (seems to
> expired or been filtered from my client) asking for help with some sorting
> program... I'm pretty sure the partitioning logic would croak on Python3
> due to floating point results in the slice indices:
> 	pA = part[:n/2]
> 	pB = part[n/2:]

What does 2to3 do when fed code involving division?

I've only used it once and did good job on the code I fed it. But it 
would not have been too hard to manually convert the Python2 code in 
that case.