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Author gvanrossum
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Date 2015-01-30.02:46:09
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Hi Neil,

I think disallowing them is the best approach. There doesn't seem to be a
good use case that would be thwarted. Hopefully the syntactic prohibition
isn't too hard to implement.

On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 4:32 PM, Neil Girdhar <>

> Neil Girdhar added the comment:
> All tests pass.
> @Guido: can we get some clarification on f(*… and f(**…?  One option is to
> make them illegal for now and then open them up in a future PEP when it's
> more clear what's wanted?
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