On 09/19/2016 06:45 PM, Chris Angelico wrote:

Yes we are (at least in that instance). With more real-world tests,
they're allowed to use all the standard library - this was the "in
some cases" bit. (We don't teach float multiplication, because it's
very complication, but we do teach some stuff about how bitwise
operations work. So yes, we are teaching low level stuff in high level
languages.)


Good.  Just remember that "bin(x)" does not print 2s-complement for negative 
numbers.  Had me pulling my hair out for a while.

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~Ethan~
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