
On 27Sep06, at 4:15 PM, Wim Couwenberg wrote:
In that context, once the decision is made to implement %, which I have no problems with, it seems reasonable to me to implement the other half of that operation, euclidean division.Would it be terribly confusing if in fact // was a divmod operator? In pseudo code:operator //(x, y) return math.floor(x/y), x%y end Their computations are often intertwined anyway, I suspect...
That works for me. You could read '//' as "split", making it logically extensible to: "a,b,c" // "," > "a", "b,c"