Python 2.6

On October 6, 2008, in development, by Eugene

If you’re a Python developer, you should really read about what’s new in Python 2.6, which was just released a few days ago. There are a number of significant changes and additions, so this is a long document, but it’s worth going through. Most importantly, 2.6 is a stepping stone to the upcoming 3.0 release, so it’s a great way to get used to the future of Python while still having the choice to use older syntax.

 

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