Lynda – Migrating from Python 2.7 to Python 3

Lynda – Migrating from Python 2.7 to Python 3
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Are you still using Python 2.7? If you’ve been meaning to make the jump to Python 3, but aren’t entirely sure what’s different in the latest version of this popular language-or how to migrate your code-then this course is for you. Instructor Steven Lott illuminates the differences between the two Python versions, going over elements such as changes to built-in Python functions and the Python standard library. He also walks through a number of ways to convert your Python 2.7 applications to Python 3, showing how to use packages like six, future, and 2to3. Along the way, Steven shares his own experiences with this transition, and offers helpful suggestions for enhancing the overall quality and performance of your code.

Topics include:
• Reviewing the differences between the two versions
• Reviewing the syntax changes introduced with Python 3
• Understanding the changes to built-in functions
• Reviewing the most important changes to the Python standard library
• Understanding which tools are required to migrate from Python 2.7 to Python 3
• Using six to handle class definitions
• Using six with standard library changes
• Using future
• Making syntax changes and class changes with futurize
• Using 2to3 or modernize

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