I’ve come across at least three ways to print to stderr:
import sys print >> sys.stderr, 'spam' sys.stderr.write('spam\n') from __future__ import print_function print('spam', file=sys.stderr)
It seems to contradict zen of Python #13 †, so what’s the preferred way to do it? Are there any advantages or disadvantages to one way or the other?
† There should be one — and preferably only one — obvious way to do it.