Author steven.daprano
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Date 2016-11-13.10:31:21
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> And this is aliasing:
>      g = f

Is it only aliasing if you know that f is a function? I don't mean that 
as a rhetorical question -- I'm asking if we're comfortable with the 
idea of saying that g is an alias when f is (say) a float.
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