pylint #20138 use type inference to catch some case of missing () after function/method name [open]
When writing python code, people used to other languages can forget the () after a function / method and write code such as:
a = some_function_returning_a_string() if a.lower == 'yes': pass
Pylint should be able to know that the comparison will always be False and issue a warning.
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