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> For a Python program to properly support all valid Unix filenames, it must use “bytes” instead of strings, which has all sorts of annoying implications.

While in python 2, you had to use unicode strings for all sorts of actual text, which caused its own problems.

> What’s the chances that all Python programs do this correctly? Yeah. Not high, I bet.

Exactly.




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