Yup, like a null pointer. Can also be the source of an assignment,
passed as an argument, embedded in objects, printed, and returned like a
> I'd like to see every operation involving None fail.
While Don would like to see most operations involving None not fail! The
compromise proposal should be entertaining reading <wink>.
Seriously, you can't change the semantics of None at this late date -- in
either direction. If you want a never-complains object or an always-
complains object, you at least have to propose a new name.
"bottom"-and-"top"-come-to-mind-ly y'rs - tim
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