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numeric-literal-too-long (PYI054)#

Derived from the flake8-pyi linter.

Fix is always available.

What it does#

Checks for numeric literals with a string representation longer than ten characters.

Why is this bad?#

If a function has a default value where the literal representation is greater than 50 characters, the value is likely to be an implementation detail or a constant that varies depending on the system you're running on.

Default values like these should generally be omitted from stubs. Use ellipses (...) instead.


def foo(arg: int = 693568516352839939918568862861217771399698285293568) -> None:

Use instead:

def foo(arg: int = ...) -> None: