5% of 666 Python repos had comma typo bugs (inc V8, TensorFlow and PyTorch)

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    Also all but 1 of the issues they found relates to test code, it seems people are a little less careful compared to functional code.

    Also in terms of mistakes codereviewdoctor twice linked to the same issue in their blog https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow/issues/53636 and raised the PR to the wrong project https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow/pull/53637 (I guess Tensorflow vendors Keras, easy mistake)

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    Seems expected, as linters can't be sure when it's not intentional. Like this request to pylint:


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  • Pytorch

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    Same :P I'm actually responsible for one of these (https://github.com/pytorch/pytorch/issues/70607), but it's a typo in a list of tests to skip.

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