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Martin - what you suggest is precisely what I had in mind (but didn't phrase it as well):

> to document the above sort of behaviour as being directly associated with operations like as == and !=, and only indirectly associated with the NotImplemented object and the __eq__() method

Also a minor typo: you meant "If that call returns NotImplemented, the first fallback is to try the *reverse* call."
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