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comment In Knuth's MMIX, how can x be an octabyte (64 bits) and M[x] be a byte (8 bits)?
I am not familiar with the notation, but surely if M[x] is defined as a byte of x then it just is?
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answered Why disallow int-to-short assignment but allow multiplication and other math?
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comment Concrete examples of Python's “only one way to do it” maxim
Made an edit which I think makes my point a little clearer - but all above comments raise valid points and @9000's answer is much better :)
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revised Concrete examples of Python's “only one way to do it” maxim
made minor changes to the text to better express the point in light of the comments to the original post
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