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Without trying it, I guess that cython -a would show you that calling .get() on a C++ map copies the map into a Python dict, then calls .get() on it, then throws away the dict. C++ doesn't have that method.
ok, thanks. I guess I'm surprised that 'get' works at all, then;
shouldn't it be "not defined" on the Python side if it's not defined on
the C++ side, or alternatively do something smarter & faster?
I'd be happy to put in a PR if the behavior should (or could) be changed.