"Hello" "World" == "HelloWorld"
This leads to bugs when you're writing an array of strings. This happens to me especially often when writing Django settings.py files
INSTALLED_APPS = [
This sets ÌNSTALLED_APPSto["foo", "barbaz"]`. I wish this would throw a SyntaxError.
C and C++ both do such string concatenation as well, though I've always considered it a feature. Put in this form it definitely will lead to unintended defects.
I wonder why it's there, given PYthon has string concatenation with a simple +.
is a syntax error, since the + doesn't make python join the lines. You'd have to do
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