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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients belopolsky, draghuram, mark.dickinson, rhettinger, stutzbach
Date 2010-05-15.12:54:49
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> It's a matter of taste, but I was taught that C allows trailing commas
> in initializers specifically for the cases like this to avoid using a
> leading comma.

Unfortunately, I think C89 doesn't allow for this, and there are tracker issues about Python compiles failing on some platforms (AIX?) thanks to extra trailing commas in the source.  I prefer the extra comma too, but it's not legal C89.
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