PEP 501 has a very, very brief discussion of this. I'm pretty sure there was a discussion at the time about user-defined string prefixes, but since there's a lot of discussion about the inter-related PEPs 498, 501, and 502, it's hard to find the exact discussion of custom string prefixes in python-dev or python-ideas.
But, if you're serious about this proposal, you should find those existing conversations and try to address their objections.
On 7/1/2020 2:45 AM, artem6191 wrote:
This will be helpful for python linters, own data types, etc. Example:
class SQL_String(str): @property def __chr__(self): # SQL_string.__chr__ will return string that need to be before string start return 's' def __check__(self): # This method will be called by intepreter to check if string is OK if not str(self).endswith(';'): # For example, we want to make that this string always needed to ends with ";" raise SyntaxError('Missing ";" at the end of string') else: return True
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