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Date 2016-09-09.01:34:00
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In the meantime, full documentation for the read() and write() methods was added for Python 3 in revision 61e52fda1006. The Python 2 documentation only mentions read() indirectly, in passing and in example code, and does not mention write().

But deprecating them makes sense to me. The essential functionality seems to already be available in the recv(), recv_into(), and send() or sendall() methods. The write() documentation is not clear regarding partial writes, in constrast with send() and sendall().
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