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wow. this is neat. I would be interested in studying with someone as well but I am going to be adjusting everything to Python 3

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  1. anonymous
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    I might be interested, but I want to finish it in 2.7.1 first. If you have questions about approaches to the earlier problems I might be able to help, but I'm not going to look to closely into 3's syntax changes for a while.

  2. anonymous
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    Same for me. Once I finish the first pass, I may copy evertying to a folder for Python 3.0 conversions and see what's involved in the conversion. I'd be interested to hear from you on what differences you run into.

  3. anonymous
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    I'm skipping 2.x and doing the entire class in 3.x. This far the only issues i have really run into are printing related. I would be interested in studying with you.

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