On 2018-04-01 05:36, Steven D'Aprano wrote:
You are right that many of the prefixes can be handled by the same code:
rfd rfD rFd rFD rdf rdF rDf rDF Rfd RfD RFd RFD Rdf RdF RDf RDF frd frD fRd fRD fdr fdR fDr fDR Frd FrD FRd FRD Fdr FdR FDr FDR drf drF dRf dRF dfr dfR dFr dFR Drf DrF DRf DRF Dfr DfR DFr DFR # why did we support all these combinations? who uses them?
In almost twenty years of using Python, I've not seen capital string prefixes in real code, ever. Sounds like a great candidate for deprecation?