Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:18781] Re: Ruby as opposed to Python?"
    on 01/07/30, Paul Prescod <paulp / ActiveState.com> writes:

|In my opinion, either integers should be substitutable for floats or
|should not be. In Python and Ruby they are "almost", "mostly", "usually"
|substitutable.

I don't understand what you mean by "fully substitutable".  You mean
seq[1.0] will become legal in Python 3.0?  How about seq[1.2]?

							matz.