Notable differences to Python
Mys looks a lot like Python, but there are differences. Below is a list of the most notable differences that we could think of.
Traits instead of classic inheritence.
Bytes are mutable.
Integers are bound (i32, u32, i64, …).
Iterators/generators do not (yet?) exist.
Rust-like generic functions and classes.
Only packages. No stand alone modules.
Compiled to machine code. No interpreter.
Data races and memory corruption possible, but unlikely.
from ... import ...is allowed.
import ...is not.
Only functions, enums, traits, classes and variables can be imported, not modules.
Ruby-like built in regular expressions.
Indentations must be 4 spaces.