Certainly true. I just wanted the bug fix to stay in sync with the
package author's coding style. He already used logical operator magic
to mimic the '?:' ternary operator in a similar method. I myself
prefer boring if ... else constructs.
Am 02.07.2007 um 14:51 schrieb Stefan H. Holek:
As a general rule you should avoid taking the boolean value of
objects. You never know what the result will be and how expensive
the underlying operations are (e.g. computing the length of a BTree
can be *very* expensive).
On 2. Jul 2007, at 14:24, Markus Kemmerling wrote:
But I wouldn't have expected a non built-in type, that *also*
supports the mapping API, to be considered as `False` as long as
the mapping is empty ...
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