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Is "old" string formatting Python 3 compatible? #1598

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jseabold opened this issue Apr 18, 2014 · 3 comments

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commented Apr 18, 2014

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commented Apr 18, 2014

should be valid in all py3 that we support.
(It might have been temporarily dropped in python 3.1)

We have smoke test for summary() which would have caught this if it where an error.

I'm still using mostly the % formatting if I don't need keys.

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commented Apr 18, 2014

Ok thanks. Unexpected that it still works.

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commented Apr 18, 2014

strong demand for it

When we drop python 2.6, then the new formatting will be ok because we don't have to number the elements anymore '{0} {1}'.format ...`

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