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Unless the project is teaching students python.

EDIT: More seriously py2's print handles parens in unpredictable ways if you have open questions about types, which has been a nightmare for me on multiple occasions.

I trust you that you never encountered them, but I did.

The whole point of my original post was begging for people to realize their personal experiences aren't universal. The py3 changes solve something for us, help us read code and avoid bugs, it's not just a novelty fetish, I promise. Unfortunately you only have our word for it...




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