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Python 3000 – Nothing radical

An interesting talk by Guido van Rossum is available at google video. Nothing radical in Python 3000. Mostly a cleanup release that breaks backwards compatibility. Some consideration is given to Common Lisp like generic functions but I cannot imagine they will enter Python 3000 (too much is needed).

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