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Author cheryl.sabella
Recipients cheryl.sabella, terry.reedy
Date 2020-02-17.14:23:16
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Per msg313179, Terry asked to see tests for when the find_good_parse_start() call returns 0 instead of None.  There are two cases when a 0 might be returned:

1.  If the code is on the first line in the editor beginning with one of the matching keywords and ending in ":\n", such as "def spam():\n".
2.  If the code on the first line is entered as "def spam(", then the hyperparser adds the " \n" in its call to set_code and find_good_parse_start returns a 0.
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