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Author Marco Sulla
Recipients Marco Sulla, gregory.p.smith, josh.r, mbussonn, methane, pablogsal, remi.lapeyre, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, steven.daprano
Date 2019-11-07.15:37:19
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Excuse me for the spam, but against make it the default behavior I have a simple consideration: what will expect a person that reads the code, that doesn't know Python?

IMHO it expects that the string is *exactly* like it's written. The fact that it will be de-dented it's a bit surprising.

For readability and for not breaking old code, I continue to be in favor of a letter before the multi-string. Maybe `d`, for de-dent, it's more appropriate than `t`, since it does not only trim the string.

But probably there's a better solution than the letter.
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