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[Python-Dev] (Looking for) A Retrospective on the Move to Python 3


> between 3.0 and 3.6 (.5?) -- py3 grew a lot of minor features that made it
>> easier to write py2/py3 compatible code.
>> u"string", b'bytes %i' % something -- and when where the various
>> __future__ imports made available?
>>
>
> You'll need to be more specific.  __future__ has been around for a
> looooong time.


I meant the various ones that support py2/3 compatibility ? I know division
predates py3, not sure about the others.

But it was a rhetorical question anyway :-)
-CHB



https://github.com/python/cpython/blame/master/Lib/__future__.py


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