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Kashmir
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n͕̦̦̝͈̦͖͓̂̓̿̚̕͘ͅó̴̵̢̜͚̮͈̦̠̝̰̺̲͚̓̉̃͐ͪͦ̂̊̂͑̓̽͐ͩ̀͢ṋ̴̬͕̹͕͇̭̮͂̆͒̒̈́̂͂̀͑̾͆ͩ͐ͮ̓̆ͧ̒͑͞-̷̸̢̞̯̞͙̟̝͙̮̪̭̻̯͇̳̳̠̗ͥ̃̅̋̈́͒ͧͪ̓̇͒̒̑̃͂ͨͬ̚͝ͅẓ̡̩̟͙̩̥̼̮͖̞͖͈̳̟̪̻ͤ̏ͤͧ̐̉̿́̀́̚ͅe̴̷͐͋ͮͪ́̈́̆ͬ͂͛̋ͭ̈̋̽͋̄̋͑҉͕͍̰̪͘ȑ͉̱̱̥̯̳̭̲̲̄ͫ̽͂̔̀͘͟͟o̴̗̬̠̳̠̝̩ͥ̊ͨ̎͑ͧ̊̇̈́̓ͩ͛̄̔̀ͫ͋ͮ͡ ̸̷̸̢̨̪͓̭̹͊͛ͯͯ̅̒͆̇̌̾͂ͮ̆̅̏̋v̢̥̻̜̖̲̥̩͎͉̲̝̐̏̂̾̀ầ̵̢̡̠̬̣̣̼̙̦̗̪̥̲̫̘̠͓͓ͯͦ̐ͣ͟͠l̡̮̟̘̺̥͚͉̥͇̳͈̩̳̝̬̠͒ͦ̈́̆ͣ́́͟u̷̸̢̡̨͉̝̺̘͇̬̖̫̓ͫ̆̌ͧͣͧe̢͛͊ͫ͑ͮͫͪ̂̈́͐̽̅́̚͘͏̳͉͓͈̬̗̝ͅ ̜͈͔͉̟̳̣̬̳̟̯̣̐ͭ̋͐ͨ̀̾̔ͬ͗̐͜͝͝ṃ̴̶̳͈̥̲͂́̈̈́ȅ̍̃̇̊̅̎ͮ͏͍̮͈̱̳̺̹̖̖̱͢ͅā̴̟̩̱̤͈͙̘̦͓̹̠̥̦͖ͦ̾͜͡ͅnͩ͐ͪ͛̀̔̑̈́͌̽̿҉̴̨̯͇̥͕̠̟̕s̷̶̷͓̥͙͍͔͙̺̲͕͕̜͂̇̉̉̐͠ ̵̢̨̡̬͎̼͈̖̳̘͍͑̈͒͗̄̉̔ͩ̃̊̂͂̐̃ͣͤͮ̚͠y̛͔̲̗̟̠͂̀̆ͨ̐̋͐̍͂̽ͤ̈́̍͝ȩ̴̜̪̰͓̤͖̫̭̱̲̥̓̏ͩ̈́ͮ͌ͬͭͦͥͦ̒͊̓̃̾ͨ̐̾͜͡s̡̱̜͓͕͖̜̻̙͖̯̮̲͔̩̬̰̥̤͆͒͊̒̅̓̾̔̒̈́ͪ̒̚

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  • 0
    Not it doesn't
  • 0
    Let's just stick to true/false
  • 1
    no ascii cocks? you're weak
  • 0
    @Jilano @asgs It's a quote from one of python's standard library module.
  • 0
    @molaram what about this? ☭
  • 4
    I remember when this shit was popular, didn’t miss it
  • 2
    @melezorus34 go back to reddit
  • 0
    B́e̼̬̰͝ ͚̝̹̳̘͓͠q̴u̳̰i̗̦͖̹͖ͅe̴̤̫͕̲̦̤t̯̩͎̱̦̫͘ ̰͢ń̲̭ͅo͞ẉ͍͞ ḻ͇̺͔͘ì͍̳̯t̻t̯̦l̟͖̰̼͕̕e̷̪̪̩ ̻̭o̥͇̞̙͞n̶è̹.͏̙
  • 0
    Always remember: Zero means zero and non-zero means that specific value.
    Never just assume consent because of non-zeroness.
  • 0
    @Oktokolo tell that to python
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    @Kashmir
    Python is okay with only testing actual booleans for truthness. It does not force you to cut corners and rely on implicit conversion.
  • 1
    @Oktokolo someone else gets it!
  • 1
    @Parzi @Oktokolo So, just to get this out of our way, here's a quote from K&R The C Programming Language, Cap. 3.2: If-Else:

    "if (expression)
    statement1
    else
    statement2

    The expression is evaluated; if it is true (that is, if expression has a non-zero value), statement1 is executed. If it is false (expression is zero) and if there is an else part, statement2 is executed instead. "

    And this post is about one comment on CPython source code. Not my opinion. Most languages, if not all, treat booleans as numbers. The True/False is just a representation.

    Furthermore, the post is about the use of the word "yes" instead of "true", as it's a funny brain-fart. Now if you want to argue, reach up to Ritchie, Kernighan or any other language designers about your personal preferences.
  • 0
    @Kashmir i meant he understands the superiority of python typing in general, my bad
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