Re: why no block comments in Python?

(and if you don't, you can quickly comment out regions by putting them
inside a triple-quoted string.)

Although that will use up memory, as opposed to a comment.

Still, it's simple enough in an editor like Vim or Emacs to highlight a
region, and define a macro to add/remove #s. Any Python IDE should
certainly have this capability.



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