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I don't know, is it?  From what has been said so far I'd expect */c/d/*.py to look for *.py files in all c/d subdirectories of direct subdirectories of the current directory, and subdirectories of those c/d directories.  But I wouldn't expect the c/d matching to go any deeper than that one level.  Whereas with Nick's formulation, I would.  And I know at a glance, without reading any documentation, what Nick's formulation does, whereas I very much don't with rglob.
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