Author random832
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Date 2015-12-05.20:35:39
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Whatever the case may be, it *doesn't* support keyword arguments. e.g.:

>>> eval("a+b", globals={'a':1}, locals={'b':2})
TypeError: eval() takes no keyword arguments

So as the current situation stands, the documentation is wrong, and the help string is consistent with the code's actual behavior. Confirmed in Python 3.5.0.
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