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Python 3 is killing Python

On Sun, 01 Jun 2014 13:41:33 +0200, Steve Hayes wrote:

> On Sun, 01 Jun 2014 07:01:46 BST, Bob Martin <bob.martin at excite.com>
> wrote:
>>in 722929 20140601 035727 Steve Hayes <hayesstw at telkomsa.net> wrote:
>>>No, it's a bit like flying in a Boeing 747 rather than a Concorde. The
>>>latyer may be later and more technically advanced and flew faster, but
>>>no one uses or supports it.
>>Actually, the Concorde preceded the 747, and wasn't as "technically
>>it was just faster.
> Boeing 747s were in airline service in 1970, Concorde didn't enter
> service till 4-5 years later.
Concord first flight march 2 1969 757 First flight Feb 9 1969
so there is not actually that much in it

747 entered service much sooner however

> Not that it matters, it was just an analogy. I'm pretty certain that
> Python 2.x preceded Python 3.x

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