05 Jul 2010
The production version Python 2.7 is now available. Several features from Python 3.1 have been backported including language features such as the syntax for set literals, dictionary and set comprehensions, and multiple context managers in a single
These are great features of Python 3 and I’m sure I’ll use them in my Python 2.7 code, but I can’t help wondering if they also reduce the motivation for developers to move to Python 3. Are there enough compelling Python 3-only features to help promote the “upsell”?
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