New submission from Mark Summerfield:
In the docs for the array module: https://docs.python.org/dev/library/array.html#module-array Note 1 in the table of type codes says that the 'u' type is deprecated and will go in Python 4.0.
Since the array.fromunicode() and array.tounicode() methods depend on type code 'u' shouldn't they also be marked as deprecated?
If people use the 'u' type code maybe it would be helpful to provide an example of how to store unicode chars in an array.array? (Presumably they'd use type code 'L' and use ord() and chr()?)
---------- assignee: docs@python components: Documentation messages: 267738 nosy: docs@python, mark priority: normal severity: normal status: open title: Possible missing deprecation warnings? type: enhancement versions: Python 3.6
Change by Irit Katriel firstname.lastname@example.org:
---------- components: +Library (Lib) title: Possible missing deprecation warnings? -> [array doc] Possible missing deprecation warnings? versions: +Python 3.10, Python 3.8, Python 3.9 -Python 3.6