Author Kasra Vand
Recipients Kasra Vand
Date 2018-04-24.07:31:12
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Logical Negation of integers in Python always returns a Boolean result which can be achieve using `not`. Sometimes it's necessary to use this result directly in a proposition within a list comprehension (mostly). But if we use `not` directly in such arithmatic proposition it will raise a `SyntaxError.

In [46]: 3 + not(4)
  File "<ipython-input-46-e87dc6b7d800>", line 1
    3 + not(4)
SyntaxError: invalid syntax


Isn't that possible to make this work for integers in future releases? I was more curious to know what would be the drawbacks of such feature if there are any?
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