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Fix the number of new-lines in certain areas to be common throughout.

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File manuals/python3_porting/py-porting.rst

 
 .. warning:: This document is under construction.
 
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 Introduction
 ============
 
 the standard and reorganize some of the common functionality which existed
 side-by-side.
 
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 Name Changes
 ------------
 
     except ImportError:
         import Queue as queue
 
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 .. _reorganization:
 
 Reorganization
 The following charts lay out the locations of the 2.x objects and their new
 locations.
 
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 urllib
 ^^^^^^
 
 | :exc:`urllib.ContentTooShortError`  | :exc:`urllib.error.ContentTooShortError`                                              |
 +-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
 
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 urllib2
 ^^^^^^^
 
 Executing Arbitrary Code
 ========================
 
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 ``exec`` Statement
 ------------------
 
 objects are only available via the :keyword:`as` keyword, which was
 introduced in 2.6.
 
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 .. _raising-exceptions:
 
 Raising Exceptions
 Due to the fact that the :keyword:`as` keyword isn't found Python 2.5 and
 before, code which must run on versions with and without :keyword:`as` support
 can use the following idiom.
-
 ::
 
     import sys
 :func:`next` function is called with the iterable object as it's sole
 parameter, which calls the underlying :meth:`__next__` method.
 
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 .. _iterating:
 
 Iterating
 | StopIteration                          | StopIteration                          |
 +----------------------------------------+----------------------------------------+
 
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 .. admonition:: Backporting Note
 
    The :func:`next` function was backported to Python 2.6 which allows you to
 and :meth:`dict.values` to replace the old-style form which returned a
 :class:`list`.
 
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 .. admonition:: Backporting Note
 
    Since the view concept has no equivalent in 2.x, the backporting of views
 support 2 and 3 separately. That method may require more work for a developer,
 but it's straightforward to do and doesn't require any discussion here.
 
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 Single Codebase
 ---------------
 
 Some users have been able to support ranges as wide as Python 2.0 through 3.0
 all from one source.
 
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 Imports
 ^^^^^^^
 
 
 See the documentation for :mod:`2to3` for all available options.
 
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 Tests
 ^^^^^
 
 As with the :mod:`2to3` method, a good test suite is instrumental in
 succesfully using a 3.x base and ``3to2`` for conversion.
 
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 References
 ==========