There exist TWO highly
successful, widely used, JIT compilers for Python. PyPy and Numba.
Neither one of them would have any use whatsoever for this
constantness. Or if you believe otherwise, get a developer of one of
those to comment so. JIT'd Python simply is not slow, even compared to
compiled languages. Searching for maybe-possibly-someday optimizations
while ignoring the actual speed paths, is silly.
But I'll be moderate and only vote -100, 10x less negative than Paul Moore and Chris Angelico :-).
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