Is it possible to get a list of keywords in Python

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I want to obtain a string list of all the keywords used in Python. If I could accomplish the same thing for built-in functions, that would also be quite cool.

Possibly like this:

import syntax
print syntax.keywords
# prints ['print', 'if', 'for', etc...]

Nov 24 in Python by sarit
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