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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients mark.dickinson, rhettinger
Date 2008-06-24.08:55:45
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In Python 2.6, for a long n, hex(n) and oct(n) have a trailing 'L', while 
bin(n) does not:

>>> hex(1L)
>>> oct(1L)
>>> bin(1L)

I'm guessing that this is intentional, and that the only reason hex(n) and 
oct(n) still have a trailing 'L' is backwards compatibility, but I thought 
I'd better check.
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