parser =3D syntax error [closed]

This looks like quoted-printable encoding, which is used in email. Your Python source code should not be quoted-printable encoded, so you need to decode this either manually, by getting the source again without the encoding, or by using a decoder.

As you can see from the example on Wikipedia, =3D decodes to =. You can also verify this by evaluating chr(int('3D', 16)) in Python, which interprets 3D as a hexadecimal value (base 16), and finds the ASCII character represented by that number.

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