Author rhettinger
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Date 2004-05-25.20:21:17
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IMO, it is fine as is.  I would be suprised if some code
were relying on UserDict.update(None) raising an exception.
 This sort of thing also comes up also in places like the
string and random modules whereever a function or method
with an optional argument gets wrapped by another function.
 The only way around this is to use *args and then you break
code that used the unfortunately named "dict" argument as a
keyword.

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