I work on a project that includes many
u"string" in its codebase,
I want to know if I can safely remove the
u in front of all those strings knowing that the project will only use Python 3 from now on (it used to use both python 2 and 3)
I have only one source that says :
"The string prefix u is used exclusively for compatibility with Python
Yes. I think you can. Unicode strings are not necessary in Python 3, because all strings are stored as Unicode by default, as stated here.