Isn't this an ambiguous combination? E.g.,
str = """ "" """
With triple-quotes but not literal catenation, it's
' "" '
With literal catenation but not triple-quotes, it's
"" + " " + " " + "" == ' '
With both, it's ambiguous, yes?
Because of this, I had assumed that you gave up literal catenation when
you moved to triple-quotes. Since triple quotes address a superset of the
concerns addressed by literal catenation (except for the run-Python-thru-
cpp silliness I raised), I'd be happy to see literal catenation go away.
confusedly y'rs - tim
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