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Union[float, int] is unsupported type for binary math operators #5381

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campkeith opened this Issue Jul 21, 2018 · 1 comment

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campkeith commented Jul 21, 2018

For this code:

from typing import Union

def add(a: Union[float, int], b: Union[float, int]) -> float:
    return a + b

The error I get is:

% mypy --version
mypy 0.620
% mypy foo.py
foo.py:4: error: Unsupported operand types for + ("Union[float, int]" and "Union[float, int]")

If I declare either parameter as just an int or a float (and leave the other parameter unchanged) then the error goes away.

According to the documentation, it seems that Union[float, int] should be equivalent to float. So the simple solution seems to be to declare both parameters as float, but I would expect mypy to figure this out.

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campkeith commented Jul 21, 2018

Looks like this is the same as #2128 (this was hard to find as none of my search queries seem to pull it up; I ran into it looking at a thread for a related issue...)

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