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Author veky
Recipients docs@python, kgashok, martin.panter, r.david.murray, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, veky
Date 2020-10-31.19:44:47
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Maybe you would use 5, but I would use 7 and get the same result. If the docs say "X.rindex(Y) == i means i is the highest index where Y is found in X", and "Y is found in X at i" is interpreted as "X[i:i+len(Y)] == Y" (as Serhiy said), then there is no such (highest) index.

I understand what _you_'re saying, but please understand that the docs do not say anything like that.
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