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Re: how to get character hex number?

Tim Chase
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On 09/01/12 03:49, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> On 01/09/2012 04:50, Tim Chase wrote:
>> Well, in 3.1.3 at least, using the u"..." notation dies on me with
>> an invalid syntax.

> The u"..." notation has been reintroducd for Python 3.3

Nice to know--it makes writing backwards compat. code just a bit
easier, even if it is a NOOP. I'll catch it when Debian Stable
makes it there (currently at 3.1).


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