Goodbye, reduce, I won't miss you at all, really.
So, Python 3000 won't have
As well, they're taking out
lambda functions - not because they don't expect people to use the features, but because they expect people to use the Python syntax for these things, and not the Lisp syntax- which makes sense, because as far as I've seen, Lisp syntax is always horrible.
So, goodbye, map, reduce, and lambda functions. We'll be replacing you with inline functions, and
[function for x in list].