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Just as another edge case, type() can do the same thing:

Foo = type("Foo", (object,), {"a b": 1})
f = Foo()

for example, will create a class attribute named "a b".  Maybe this actually calls setattr() under the covers, but if it's going to be documented, it should be noted in both places.
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