a python refactoring library
Should you ever find yourself in a situation like that, https://github.com/python-rope/rope might help.
The Python programming language
As the sibling comment points out, it actually doesn't work that way. The first parameter is only treated as a format string _if_ there are arguments. If not, it is treated as a literal string: https://github.com/python/cpython/blob/dcea78ff53d02733ac598...
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A file-level assertion disabler for Python
> And we've resisted having per-module pragmas, so maybe it's dead in the water.
There's a hack for that (no apologies for the self promotion; this project is literally a joke)
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Here are some benchmarks and a discussion about using f-strings in logging I remember reading a few years ago:
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