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Discussion on: Using Python's Type Annotations

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David McKay

Interesting addition. As an intermediate level coder seeing this for the first time I can see it being useful of every developer looking at the code well read on the syntax. edA-qa makes a good point that it could lead to some people thinking they're making a runtime change when really they're not. The following syntax would make more sense to me:
number = 7 : int
Then the definition is separated from the annotation similarly to an end-of-line comment, which I often use, i.e.,
number = 7 # an integer

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