Porting to Python 3: An in-depth guide
by Lennart Regebro
Number of pages: 138
Porting to Python 3 doesn't have to be daunting. This book guides you through the process of porting your Python 2 code to Python 3, from choosing a porting strategy to solving your distribution issues. Using plenty of code examples is takes you cross the hurdles and shows you the new Python features.
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