What’s New In Python 3.5
Sep 16, 2015, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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This article explains the new features in Python 3.5, compared to 3.4. Python 3.5 was released on September 13, 2015.
New syntax features:
- PEP 492, coroutines with async and await syntax.
- PEP 465, a new matrix multiplication operator: a @ b.
- PEP 448, additional unpacking generalizations.
New library modules:
New built-in features:
- bytes % args, bytearray % args: PEP 461 – Adding % formatting to bytes and bytearray.
- b'\xf0\x9f\x90\x8d'.hex(), bytearray(b'\xf0\x9f\x90\x8d').hex(), memoryview(b'\xf0\x9f\x90\x8d').hex(): issue 9951 - A hex method has been added to bytes, bytearray, and memoryview.
- memoryview now supports tuple indexing (including multi-dimensional). (Contributed by Antoine Pitrou in issue 23632.)
- Generators have a new gi_yieldfrom attribute, which returns the object being iterated by yield from expressions. (Contributed by Benno Leslie and Yury Selivanov in issue 24450.)
- A new RecursionError exception is now raised when maximum recursion depth is reached. (Contributed by Georg Brandl in issue 19235.)