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Author terry.reedy
Recipients Johnson.S, gregorlingl, terry.reedy, veky, willingc
Date 2021-02-13.05:52:12
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Python consistently uses American (USA) vocabulary and spellings for its English.  Anyone over, say, 14, should learn them to the extent used in Python.  Kids under 10 are different.

Issue 24990 was rejected because it proposed to hardcode translation.  A software solution would be a different matter.  I have some ideas, but the details would depend on how Python is setup for kids to use.

Vedran, #24990, issue24990, and  issue 24990 all link to the bpo url *and* indicate whether the issue is open or closed.  (24990 is closed as rejected.)
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