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Author terry.reedy
Recipients benjamin.peterson, georg.brandl, rhettinger, scummos, terry.reedy
Date 2010-12-25.16:47:39
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FWIW, I find the current behavior for attributes to be surprising, to the point where at first glance it almost looks like a bug. Which is to say, I would have expected 'col' to point to the first non-whitespace column after the '.'. If there are multiple attributes, a.b.c.d, then to me, each node should point to its appropriate place, just as with a[b][c].
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