Re: [DOC PATCH] Document `is#' and `is?' operators
- ZyX wrote:
> I recently discovered that alongside with `is' there exists `is#'Thanks!
> operator which is convenient for checking whether given variable is
> equal to some string while
> you don't know what is the type of this variable. I guess it should be
> documented. Also added a tag for `isnot' and a note about possibility of
> comparing variables with different types without errors and explicit type
I don't think supporting is# was completely intentional, but it works.
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