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Re: What parts of string module will disappear in Python 3.0?

py****@bdurham.com schrieb:
I understand that many portions of the string module are redundant with
the native methods of strings and will removed in Python 3.0. Makes
sense to me.

But what will happen to the portions of the string module that are not
covered by native string methods - like the following:

- string constants (example: string.punctuation)
- Template strings
- maketrans()

Will some semblance of the string module remain in Python 3.0 under the
string module name or a new module name?
See for yourself:
http://svn.python.org/projects/pytho.../Lib/string.py

Christian

Jun 27 '08 #1
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