|Python Language Reference Manual|
by Guido van Rossum and Fred L. Drake, Jr.
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2.1.6 Implicit line joining
Expressions in parentheses, square brackets or curly braces can be split over more than one physical line without using backslashes. For example:
month_names = ['Januari', 'Februari', 'Maart', 'April', 'Mei', 'Juni', 'Juli', 'Augustus', 'September', 'Oktober', 'November', 'December']
Implicitly continued lines can carry comments. The indentation of the
continuation lines is not important. Blank continuation lines are
allowed. There is no
NEWLINE token between implicit continuation
lines. Implicitly continued lines can also occur within triple-quoted
strings (see below); in that case they cannot carry comments.
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