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It's great to have this feature in the standard library, but it really seems to clutter the functools documentation. Everything else in functools applies directly to functions and methods. Suddenly reading graph theory terminology was disorienting for me. (Due to context, I expected "node" to mean some new type of Python function.) It makes the documentation significantly longer, and IMHO abstruse. Would it be sensible to move this to a separate module?
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