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You must not have looked very hard then.

Python 2.7 has just about the worst unicode handling of ANY language I've ever used.

Plenty of otherwise crappy languages (Java, JavaScript, etc) managed to make one right choice when they decided that strings are always unicode and bytes are a different data type entirely.

Also, the asyncio implementation in Python 3, while a bit complicated, is on the whole very nice, providing a lot of flexibility.

Long story short, if you still think Python 3.6 is "bad" in this day and age then you need to move on to another language.




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