Python 3.6 alpha and the f-strings of PEP 498
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Now that Python 3.6 is in alpha, it will be cool to start playing with
f-strings. The new syntax for formatting along with the new Python byte code dedicated to their rapid execution, f-strings should be more compact, more expressive, and execute faster that either % formatting or str.format(). There is always something cool coming over the horizon.