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Date 2010-08-21.16:32:18
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Please check the following:

[GCC 4.4.5 20100728 (prerelease)] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import compiler
>>> compiler.parse( "d[1,] = None" )
Module(None, Stmt([Assign([Subscript(Name('d'), 'OP_ASSIGN', [Const(1)])], Name('None'))]))
>>> compiler.parse( "d[1] = None" )
Module(None, Stmt([Assign([Subscript(Name('d'), 'OP_ASSIGN', [Const(1)])], Name('None'))]))
>>> d = {}
>>> d[1,] = None
>>> d[1] = None
>>> d
{1: None, (1,): None}

As you can see d[1] = None and d[1,] = None do different things, but do they lead to the same abstract syntax tree. It's the same on Python 2.7:

Python 2.7.0+ (r27:82500, Aug  7 2010, 19:41:51) 
[GCC 4.4.5 20100728 (prerelease)] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import compiler
>>> compiler.parse( "d[1,] = None" )
Module(None, Stmt([Assign([Subscript(Name('d'), 'OP_ASSIGN', [Const(1)])], Name('None'))]))
>>> compiler.parse( "d[1] = None" )
Module(None, Stmt([Assign([Subscript(Name('d'), 'OP_ASSIGN', [Const(1)])], Name('None'))]))
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