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I've always been a double-quoter, in contrast to most Python devs I know/work with. After we standardized on black, I got some satisfaction seeing all of my coworkers bend to my will (/s).



How narrow those two choices are! The correct answer is obviously to use single-quotes for keys and key-like cases and double-quotes for values. Make formatters impossible to write! (last sentence very /s, but that style actually exists)


That actually seems to be the de-facto Python style. Even Guido said at some point that that's his convention.




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