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Author alexandre.vassalotti
Recipients ac.james, alexandre.vassalotti, georg.brandl
Date 2009-06-23.01:52:28
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Could you give me the output of this?

  import cPickle
  print repr(cPickle.dumps([float('+inf'), float('-inf'), float('nan')]))
  print [float('+inf'), float('-inf'), float('nan')]

By the way, are you sure this bug occurs on Python 2.6? Python 2.6 uses
a platform-independent float to string converter (i.e.,
PyOS_double_to_string) which shouldn't output stuff like "1.#INF"

Also, can you verify that the bug does not occur with pickle protocol 1
and over?
Date User Action Args
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