operators.jl one sees that
==(x, y) falls back to
===(x, y), but interestingly,
==='s definition in
operators.jl is just…
I’ve never seen Julia syntax like it!
repl, one gets:
julia> methods(===) # built-in function; no methods
So where is
=== actually defined?
(And what are the cases in which the syntax on
operators.jl is valid Julia code?)