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Python 3.0 Released 357

Posted by samzenpus
from the break-out-the-cigars dept.
licorna writes "The 3.0 version of Python (also known as Python3k and Python3000) just got released few hours ago. It's the first ever intentionally backwards-incompatible Python release."
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Python 3.0 Released

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