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Since the "golden age" of Python 1.5.2 -- for a long time a stable and solid version -- Python has greatly increased its number of syntactic features and built-in functions and types. Each of these additions has reasonable justification, in isolation, but taken as a whole, they make Python no longer a language that experienced programmers can pick up "in an afternoon." Moreover, some of the changes have pitfalls along with benefits.

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