Author exarkun
Recipients benjamin.peterson, drkjam, exarkun, giampaolo.rodola, gvanrossum, loewis, mattsmart, pmoody, shields, vstinner
Date 2009-01-01.02:14:25
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> hm, all addresses have a subnet, even if its an implied /32, so
specifying a network as ("", "") seems a lot more
off-putting than "". You're also much more likely to see the
latter in network devices.

I'm not sure which API in netaddr you're referring to.  If you want to
construct that /24 with netaddr, then I would use
netaddr.address.CIDR("").  Offhand, I can't find an API which
accepts two endpoints of a range to construct a network in netaddr. 
When I wrote about having separate types for individual addresses vs
ranges of addresses in my previous comment, I had IP and CIDR
respectively in mind, as opposed to ipaddr-py's single IPv4 class which
can represent either.
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