Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:18785] Re: Ruby as opposed to Python?"
    on 01/07/30, Piers Cawley <pdcawley / iterative-software.com> writes:

|> 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]?
|
|That's substituting floats for integers. Somehow I doubt that that
|will become legal.

Hmm, I understand.

How about the following C code?  Is this fully substitutable?

  main()
  {
      double d = 5/2;

      printf("%f\n",d);   # => 2.000000
  }

							matz.