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How Tests Can Help You Migrate Your Code Between Different Python Versions

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After meeting some of the main differences between Python 2 and 3, this lesson shows you how tests can help you migrating your Python code to another version. In this case a feature of the datetime module introduced in Python 2.7 is tested and backported to Python 2.6.

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