[docs] [issue26334] bytes.translate() doesn't take keyword arguments; docs suggests it does
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Sun Feb 14 05:51:23 EST 2016
Martin Panter added the comment:
Nicholas, there is Issue 8706 about converting functions and methods to accept keywords in general.
There is also the slash “/” indicator proposed by PEP 457, which is used for some functions in pydoc; bytes.replace() for instance. In Issue 23738 I was trying to get some consensus on using this slash notation in the main documentation, in which case bytes.translate() could look like
bytes.translate(table, delete=b"", /)
And there is Issue 21314 about where to document the slash notation that is already used in pydoc.
superseder: -> accept keyword arguments on most base type methods and builtins
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