Documentation makes two distinct points but implies conjunction
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As a django newbie I was confused by the following section:
The first section talks about the difference between URL matching types and the types passed as view arguments, the latter being only strings.
This is followed by what I thought was a conjunction "A convenient trick is to...", implying a solution to the type disparity described above.
Interpreted thus, the next section implies that setting a default parameter will cause an implicit type conversion to occur.
In fact, the next section simply talks about a completely separate point, namely using a parameterised function for a non-parameterised url.
Perhaps I'm just splitting hairs here, but I think the documentation would be improved if these two different notes were delineated in the documentation. Perhaps via bullet points.