Thursday, December 04, 2008

What's new in Python 3.0

What's new in Python 3.0. Of particular note to me is the significant reworking of the Unicode bits. In Python 3, Unicode is in from the ground floor up. This is as it needs to be. The only way to do Unicode - in all its complexity - well, is to do it from the ground up.

1 comment:

RLCA said...

The decision to dump backwards compatibility allows great improvements to the language, but will make it unlikely to be adopted by the corporates. (Yes, I now about Google et al, but they are still a minority).