Using Python 2
Leam Hall <leamhall at gmail.com> writes:
> I've read comments about Python 3 moving from the Zen of Python.
For what it's worth: I have done successful conversions of numerous code
bases from Python 2 to Python 3, and that characterisation does not fit
at all. The resulting code base is much more Pythonic.
> I'm a "plain and simple" person myself. Complexity to support what
> CompSci folks want, which was used to describe some of the Python 3
> changes, doesn't help me get work done.
Exactly so. You should ignore the far too academic debates that flourish
here, and concentrate only on the practical differences going from
Python 2 to Python 3. Those alone make it worthwhile to learn Python 3.
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