Zerynth supports a subset of Python 3.4 and adds new embedded-friendly features. To make Zerynth suitable for microcontrollers constrained resources, support for generators, context managers and full-fledged closures has been made optional (will be compiled into the VM if needed). Zerynth has a new type, the , to handle 16-bit integer arrays. Also, Zerynth exceptions are lean and memory efficient, but still retaining the powerful debugging capabilities of tracebacks.
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