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[Reposting, since roundup removed part of the Python output]

M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
> Note that the integer attack also applies to other number types
> in Python:
> 
> --> (hash(3), hash(3.0), hash(3+0j)
> (3, 3, 3)
> 
> See Tim's post I referenced earlier on for the reasons. Here's
> a quick summary ;-) ...
> 
> --> {3:1, 3.0:2, 3+0j:3}
> {3: 3}
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