Ah, I missed that part. Sorry! :/

On October 22, 2015 7:27:41 AM CDT, "Eric V. Smith" <eric@trueblade.com> wrote:
On 10/22/2015 7:32 AM, Eric V. Smith wrote:
On 10/21/2015 10:57 PM, Ryan Gonzalez wrote:
It mentions fr'...' as a formatted raw string but doesn't say anything
about rf'...'. Right now, in implementing PEP 498 support in Howl
(https://github.com/howl-editor/howl/pull/118 and
https://github.com/howl-editor/howl/commit/1e577da89efc1c1de780634b531f64346cf586d6#diff-851d9b84896270cc7e3bbea3014007a5R86),
I assumed both were valid. Should the PEP be more specific?

Yes, I'll add some wording.

Now that I check, in the Specification section, the PEP already says
"'f' may be combined with 'r', in either order, to produce raw f-string
literals". So I think this case is covered, no?

Eric.


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