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If you do:

>>> import regex as re
>>> dir(re)

you get over 160 items, many of which begin with an underscore and so are private. Couldn't __dir__ be reimplemented to eliminate them. (I know that the current re module's dir() also returns private items, but I guess this is a legacy of not having the __dir__ special method?)
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