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The (lack of a) case against Python 3


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  1. December 2, 2016 at 9:14 am

    despite the cute title, it could be a worse article.

    it was inevitable (possibly even deliberate) that shaws diatribe would elicit corrections from people who thought he didnt have a point. the people that think he has a point but simply presented his case poorly are more interesting to me.

    they seem to all be talking about apples and oranges.

    shaw claims that python 3 is going to suffer because of lack of users, but this isnt the case at all. his opponents really seem to think that users wont suffer because of python 3– and that also isnt true. theyre talking about different things, but using similar wording. and the point is getting missed because it isnt being well made– but no one (in the vast majority) wanted to hear it in the first place… and they wont.

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