On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 12:21 PM, Nicholas Riley <njriley@...> wrote:
> In article
> "David Griffin" <gripfin@...> wrote:
>> that is, I have not found any info as to what "type" is.
>> Perhaps it works with either a String or a .py file and the 3rd
>> parameter tells it what you are supplying ? (with the 1st or 2nd
>> parameter being unused ?).
>> Anyone suggest a weblink where I can read some more ?
> This is an implementation of a Python function, and is as such
> documented in the Python reference manual:
> It seems nobody can agree on the name for this argument; Jython calls it
> "type", the Python docs call it "kind" and the docstring calls it "mode".
I think I'll make this "kind" in Jython to be consistent with Python
source code -- we call it "kind" in other parts of Jython anyway.