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Author terry.reedy
Recipients arigo, brett.cannon, eric.snow, ethan.furman, larry, ncoghlan, terry.reedy
Date 2015-06-26.21:05:19
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I view having a string __name__ attribute as part of quacking like a module (or class or function).  Hence pseudonames like '<lambda>' (lambda expression) or <pyshell#n> (the module name for interactive input, where n is the line number).  Is there a good reason for custom 'module' objects to not have a name?  If so, the 'graceful muddle' precedent is to give them a pseudoname, such as <module>, perhaps with a prefix or suffix.
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