On 1/28/06, Stefan Walk <stefan.walk / gmail.com> wrote:
> When you get used to it, it's quite handy. Some methods return integers,
> and false values on failures. If 0 was false, you'd have to distinguish
> between 0 and false/nil when checking for success.

yeah. that makes sense.

alex

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