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Pretty much. No reason to look into Python 2 when most of the useful libraries already support Python 3, which is the point of the OP.

And you'll save yourself a lot of 2-to-3 fatigue we've all been struggling with.

Tip: there's a Chrome/Firefox extension to redirect all Google results from Python 2 documentation to their corresponding entries in Python 3 docs.







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