[Tutor] 2.5 vs 3k?

W W srilyk at gmail.com
Tue Jan 20 00:04:33 CET 2009

So, I'm curious about this whole python 3k thing. Is python migrating to 3k
only? Will 2.x no longer be "officially" supported?

If so/not, what are some of the arguments for migrating to 3k? What makes it
"better" than the python we all know and love?

Thanks for the info/comments,

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