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Python2's unicode support is kind of an error-prone mess and that was what prompted the decision to make 3 a breaking change in the first place. It is much harder to shoot yourself in the foot with text handling in 3 IMO, though it's certainly still not perfect. Of course lots of people think their programs with broken unicode handling work fine until someone passes them data in any language other than English.



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