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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients Alexander.Belopolsky, amaury.forgeotdarc, eric.araujo, fredrikj, jess.austin, jribbens, mark.dickinson, r.david.murray,, vstinner, webograph
Date 2010-04-19.20:53:49
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Hmm.  Having timedelta // int work is *really* peculiar, since it can only be made sense of with reference to some implicit particular chosen unit of time;  in this case, that unit of time is apparently microseconds, as far as I can tell.

Surely there aren't any applications for timedelta // int?!  The operation just doesn't make dimensional sense, since it involves taking floor of a timedelta.

I vote -3.2 minutes on extending this craziness by adding timedelta % int or divmod(timedelta, int).
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2010-04-19 20:53:51mark.dickinsonsetrecipients: + mark.dickinson, jribbens, amaury.forgeotdarc, vstinner, jess.austin, fredrikj, webograph, eric.araujo, r.david.murray,, Alexander.Belopolsky
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