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Author gvanrossum
Recipients BTaskaya, Mark.Shannon, gvanrossum, rhettinger, v2m
Date 2021-03-22.20:49:58
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This looks like a sensible idea to me. The safeguards to ensure that customized 'super' still works seem reasonable to me. I have to admit that I sometimes refrain from using super() where I should because of the expense, so this would be welcome.

I do wonder -- is two-arg super() important enough to support it at all? Maybe the code would be somewhat simpler if the special opcodes were only generated for zero-arg super() calls.
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