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> Py3 is currently more performant than py2.

No it's not. It is a clear regression. The minuscule performance improvements stem from the enforcement of xrange() vs range(). But using xrange() on 2.x is still faster.




No, starting in 3.6 or 3.7, there are general performance improvements at the c level in the interpreter.




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