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Author veky
Recipients Jim Jeon, cjw296, lisroach, mariocj89, michael.foord, veky, xtreak
Date 2019-10-04.13:00:08
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> when `b` has same values of `a` before it is mutated.

There might be no such object. Or it might exist, but you still wouldn't want it.

Consider the case when a is a coroutine that has just started (a=coro()). You call f with a, and then advance a to the next yielding point. Is f called with a? You say no. Ok. But imagine you call coro again, and call that b (b=coro()). Is f called with b? Do you really want to say yes to that?
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