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Author gumtree
Recipients gumtree, mark.dickinson, meador.inge
Date 2010-11-28.20:32:29
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Just to keep this discussion as clear as possible Mark, it was your first
option that I suggest is needed.

When that is done (as it was for a subclass of float in 2.6.6) it is
possible for the author of the subclass to implement commutative binary
operations (like + and * that must behave the same regardless of argument
order). Otherwise (as far as I can see) this cannot be done.

On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 5:04 AM, Mark Dickinson <>wrote:

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