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Author tim.peters
Recipients Nofar Schnider, gvanrossum, mark.dickinson, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, tim.peters
Date 2018-03-15.17:12:13
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Thanks, Mark!  So if int.as_integer_ratio is added to the core, numpy.int64 won't magically have it too, regardless of whether we do or don't add an implementation to numbers.Rational.

As an end user, I'd be surprised if numpy.int64 didn't support the same stuff as core ints.  I doubt I'd care at all what numbers.Rational said in cases where it didn't.

But rather than argue about that, what would _you_ like to see done here?
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