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Author pitrou
Recipients BreamoreBoy, amaury.forgeotdarc, eric.araujo, ezio.melotti, giampaolo.rodola, marystern, pitrou, rhettinger, serprex
Date 2013-04-03.09:26:37
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> Amaury Forgeot d'Arc added the comment:
> > But it can't work. pprint() uses all the width for a single object.
> > How are you supposed to print multiple objects?
> On multiple lines?

But then, it doesn't have anything similar to print() except that it takes
multiple arguments (which is a very weak similarity). It can only be confusing
to name it print(), not to mention that shadowing builtins is generally
considered bad.

Overall, -1 from me.
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