Can I make incompatible changes to Python?

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Can I make incompatible changes to python?
Jun 7 in Python by Zaid
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Hi @Zaid, It's actually not very cool to make incompatible changes to python. Python, as you know, is all around the world and when you make a change that is incompatible with even few fractions of code is frowned upon. There are a million issues that'll probably come up like changing the documentation, making the code compatible with different platforms and different environments which at the end might not be worth all this effort.
answered Jun 7 by Greg

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