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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients facundobatista, gvanrossum, jyasskin, mark.dickinson, ncoghlan, rhettinger
Date 2008-06-25.12:11:08
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I'm reopening this to propose a last-minute minor change:

Can we remove the trailing 'L' from the numerator and denominator in
the repr of a Fraction instance?  E.g.,

>>> x = Fraction('9.876543210')
>>> x
Fraction(987654321L, 100000000L)
>>> x * (1/x)
Fraction(1L, 1L)

I'd rather see Fraction(987654321, 100000000) and Fraction(1, 1).  Does 
the 'L' serve any useful purpose?
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2008-06-25 12:11:10mark.dickinsonsetspambayes_score: 0.000449819 -> 0.00044981868
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2008-06-25 12:11:09mark.dickinsonsetspambayes_score: 0.000449819 -> 0.000449819
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