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Hiya, could anyone tell me from where can I download phyton used for this course?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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Sure! What you want is Active Python. They give you the neat color-coding and IDLE interpreting you can see Prof Grimson using the videos. I'm pretty sure he's using version 2.7. Version 3 came out a while back, but most people I know are happiest sticking with 2.6 or 2.7. The general logic, I guess, is that you want the largest support community of users, and 2.6 / 2.7 are where you'll find it!
you can get python from its official website i.e.
Just a note, If you download python 2.7, some of the things that they provide for you later (i.e. links) won't be compatible with the version.

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Just to add to double_o_seven.Some of the most useful add on modules for graphics and graphs etc only presently support Python 2.7. You can be driven mad working out while your code does not work !

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