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Author veky
Recipients BTaskaya, benjamin.peterson, brett.cannon, nascheme, ncoghlan, pablogsal, serhiy.storchaka, thautwarm, veky
Date 2020-02-18.16:13:04
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I wrote some AST analyzers, and this would have simplified my code. So I welcome it. :-)

However, it means people might be tempted to write 

    a[b:c, d]    as    a[(b:c, d)]

(or at least expect it to work -- same as `a[b, c]` can now be written as `a[(b, c)]`). We aren't going to allow this?
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