Flame me if you want, but this one really got me bad so I thought I'd
make others aware...



ChrisW's post to the Python Bug List:
> I have something equivalent to this in my code:
> mylist = ['x','y'
>           'z']
> (the real code has much longer contents, hence the line break ;-)
> I think this should throw a parse error 'cos there's a missing comma.
> What actually happens is it ends up as:
> mylist = ['x','yz']
> which is _really_ non-intuitive. I spent a good few hours trying to find the source
> of an exception in the Squishdot product for Zope until I noticed this.
> I note that:
> mystring = 'x''y'
> is also legal, which I suspect is the roundabout source of this problem.
> Sure that should raise an error and only the following should give the result that 
>that does:
> mystring = 'x'+'y'
> cheers,
> Chris

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