On Sun, Oct 3, 2021 at 10:47 AM Łukasz Langa <lukasz@langa.pl> wrote:

 I know it's a bit late for bikeshedding this thing so if we want to be conservative and stick to the current syntactical options already defined in PEP 654, I'm voting Option 2 (given the awkwardness of the *(E1, E2) example).

+1 on the `except* E` Option 2 syntax. It better conveys its uniqueness and non-relation to other meanings of *.

Someone mentioned allowing both and letting people decide.  Whatever is chosen, please not that.  There should be only one way to write this.  That avoids style arguments when no auto-formatter is involved.


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