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Throws an error if any literals are in the source code, to help with verifying NoVals Code Golf solutions

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A python module which prevents the programmer from typing any raw values (string, number or None) into the source code of any file which imports the module. This is used to verify the validity of NoVals Code Golf solutions.


NoVals can be installed with pip as follows:

pip install novals

Or can be installed directly via the command line:

python build


To use NoVals, simply import it into your scripts as follows:

import novals

No initialization is required.

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