[Python-ideas] Possible method of distinguishing between set-literals, dict-literals, and odict-literals

Georg Brandl g.brandl at gmx.net
Sun Jun 21 11:47:46 CEST 2009

Greg Ewing schrieb:
> Carl Johnson wrote:
>> Actually, the votes have been counted at various times in the past.
>> Until 2000, the secretary of state for Florida was contracted to count
>> the votes, but following a Supreme Court ruling, that was
>> discontinued, and new electronic system from Diebold was put in place.
>> Then in 2004, there was a lot of grumbling that the Diebold machines
>> were using Perl internally, so they outsourced the whole vote counting
>> project to a team in Iran. Unfortunately, the team there hasn't been
>> answering their emails lately… (And good luck to them, insha'allah!)
> Latest news is that the Iranian people have demanded a
> recount, but that turned out to be impossible because
> the authorities kept the votes in a non-reiterable
> container.

Of course.  The most important thing with fraud is to eliminate evidence.


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