Author georg.brandl
Recipients belopolsky, docs@python, georg.brandl, mdk
Date 2016-03-09.15:29:16
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There's two different uses here:

The one use in "truncated to Integral" means that you get an integer type out.  It is not specified to be `int` because `__trunc__` may return other types.  It could be made into a link like the other use of Integral.

The other uses are "integral float", which is *not* the same as an integer.  It is a float whose value is a whole number, and AFAIK "integral" is the correct adjective for that.
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