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Op 08-01-18 om 00:53 schreef Ethan Furman: > On 01/07/2018 12:33 PM, Chris Angelico wrote: > > Actually, I think it is why it exists.? If I recall correctly, the > addition of the six comparative operators* was added at the behest of > the scientific/numerical community. Which personnaly, I think was a mistake. I can understand it is useful for the scientific/numerical community to compare vectors with each other and get a vector of booleans. However how useful is it doing this with the normal boolean operators, instead of calling a function? And if doing it with an operator was so important, I think it would have been better to introduce boxed operators, like [+], [<] ... where the default behaviour would be an elementary wise application of the non-boxed operator. -- Antoon Pardon

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