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> But I don't see why there has to be a special operator devoted to integers.

To be spotted easily?

Look your explanation was better than mine, you're far more experienced than me with python, nevertheless you didn't see the error in the code.

Wasn't explicit is better than implicit a python slogan?

Anyway I like the many operators in Perl, what's lacking is optional explicit typing, to tune inner loops.

Strangely the parser already allows typing, for many years yet.

Cheers Rolf
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In reply to Re^7: solve cubic equations (Python) by LanX
in thread solve cubic equations by no_slogan

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