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Booleans and comparison results

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Just a thought. Why cmp() returns -1,0,1 while comparison
results are False and True? Isn't it logical step to add
Less, Equal and More?
cmp(1,2) Less cmp(1,-1) More cmp(1,1)

Equal
if cmp(foo, bar) is Less:
...

hmmm... Sadly, I know GvR is not going to add new keyword:

if cmp(foo, bar) are Equal:
...

;-)

Sincerely yours, Roman Suzi
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Jul 18 '05 #1
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