Python 3.5 Released, Adds Major Features

Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 13 September 2015 at 11:18 AM EDT. 12 Comments
Python 3.5.0 was released this morning with a number of major new features and other changes.

Python 3.5 has improved zip application support, a new operator for matrix multiplication, a new mechanism for loading extension modules, coroutines with async and await syntax, and much more.

More details on Python 3.5 via their what's new page and the official release announcement that went out today on
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