Update docs to reference Python 3 and fix syntactical errors.

Review Request #11284 — Created Nov. 16, 2020 and updated

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We now pull down the Python 3 intersphinx map, so that all Python
references will point to the Python 3 docs.

Doc syntax errors within the codebase have been fixed. These were
largely missing backticks, colons, or not escaping something like a
literal \n or \r.

Built the docs. Verified the references and that there were no build
errors.

Summary
Update docs to reference Python 3 and fix syntactical errors.
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david
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  2. Does this mean that we should go through and change unicode references to str?

    1. I don't think we should until we're fully on Python 3 for RB5. There's still an important distinction between the two.

    2. That is, str is still "native string", which will differ, and if someone's writing an extension or something, that'll be important.

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david
  1. Ship It!
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