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PyCon: Keynote: Python 3000

The goal is to correct early design mistakes. It's also to reduce cognitive load on newbies. It is not a total rewrite like Perl 6.

I'm not going to cover the details because I think everyone should just read his slides whenever they come out.

Personally, I'm excited about the str vs. unicode unification as well as the stackable I/O library (a la Java). Finally, the csv module will no longer require explicit encoding and decoding.

Also, Guido is adding a "nonlocal" keyword to fix the scoping problem I've mentioned before.

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