On 16/05/2018 10:12, Stephan Houben wrote:
I believe this is the first proposal that allows future-proofing of new
code while preserving complete backward compatibility. As far as I
know, ( keyword ) is never legal syntax.
Of course, putting brackets round every occurrence of every identifier
that you think might become an identifier in the next century is a bit
of a chore. There is no perfect solution.
One problem already alluded to with the \identifier syntax is that it
if the old Python version is sufficiently recent to understand \.
What about using parentheses to allow a keyword to be used as an
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