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Though nothing prevents it from becoming "part of the Python language specification" -- except the backend implementation (besides Python doesn't have a specification, it's what the CPython does).



Well I think you could argue that Python is specified in part by CPython, but also in part by the PEPs. As static type checking is inherently opposed to the Python philosophy, it would take a PEP to force CPython to change its implementation accordingly.




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