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Author terry.reedy
Recipients ezio.melotti, gvanrossum, lemburg, loewis, mrabarnett, tchrist, terry.reedy
Date 2011-10-02.21:56:58
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> Really?  White space makes things harder to read?  I thought Pythonistas
> believed the opposite of that.

I was surprised at that too ;-). One person's opinion in a specific 
context. Don't generaliza.

> English titling rules
> only capitalize the first word in hyphenated words, which is why it's
> Anti‐intellectual not Anti-Intellectual.

Except that I can imagine someone using the latter as a noun to make the 
work more officious or something. There are no official English titling 
rules and as you noted, publishers vary. I agree that str.title should 
do something sensible based on Unicode, with the improvements you mentioned.
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