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IntList, a subclass of
list, which should be able to do the following:>>> from intlist import IntList >>> mylist = IntList([1, 3, 5]) >>> mylist.mean 3 >>> mylist.median 3 >>> mylist.append(7) >>> mylist.append(1.0) >>> mylist.mean 3.4 >>> mylist.median 3 >>> mylist.append('a') ... TypeError >>> mylist.append([2, 3]) >>> mylist.append([2, 'a']) ... TypeError >>> mylist +=  >>> mylist += [1, 'a'] ... TypeError
As you see this special list is enriched with
medianproperties, and is restricted to
intvalues only, be it as appended individually or as
ints. Apart from overriding
append, you'll also need to tweak the
__iadd__(operator overloading) dunder methods here.
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