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Author CuriousLearner
Recipients CuriousLearner, docs@python, mark.dickinson, martin.panter, ncoghlan, tim.peters, wolma
Date 2018-07-23.19:01:04
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Hey Tim,

> @CuriousLearner, does the PR also include Nick's first suggested change?  Here:

Bitwise operations only make sense for integers. The result of bitwise operations is calculated as though carried out in two's complement with an infinite number of sign bits.

I think it was then discussed to keep this line as:

Bitwise operations only make sense for integers. Negative numbers are treated as their 2's complement value.

Does this needs to be changed?

Here is the link of the PR:
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