What are the key differences between python 2 and python 3?

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Is there any tool to convert python 2 code to python 3 without any ambiguities?
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The key differences include changes in the syntax and a few functions and implementations. The interface has become easier with the python 3 launch.

To convert python 2 to python 3 there is a tool called python2to3 which we can use.
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