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Author sblondon
Recipients eric.smith, fov, gregory.p.smith, mark.dickinson, miss-islington, rhettinger, sblondon, serhiy.storchaka, wkeithvan
Date 2021-10-05.10:56:11
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Python 3.10 has now been released with the underscore_numbers parameter.
I wonder which release could enable the parameter by default (so it would break the previous behavior):
 - the next release (3.11) is probably too short.
 - the safest strategy is to wait until 3.9 will be end-of-life (2025-10 according to [1]). In such case, it could be integrated in 3.14.

Could it be accepted before (like 3.12 or 3.13)?

If there is no reply, I will create a new issue and PR for 3.14 inclusion ( = safest strategy).

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