On 13/04/2021 23:21, Barry Warsaw
(Gasps in horror.) I can only hope I've misunderstood this
sentence. Has it ever been even tentatively suggested that type
hinting become mandatory? (What would that even mean: that the type
of every function parameter or function return value must be
specified?) Some of us don't use type hinting or annotations (I
don't even pretend to understand what they are) and don't intend
to. No offence to those who like them, carry on doing your thing.
I would still be opposed to requiring type hinting in Python.
Please reassure me, someone. 😁
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