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Will Python 2.5.6 suffice in place of the 2.5.4 Release which is specified in the Assignments section?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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im pretty sure that yes
Thank you, I'll follow up here if there are any complications due to using this release.
I take that back...I'll be using Release 2.7.2...

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I'm not too familiar with the MIT OCW program but the general syntax of python does not change significantly between the versions that you have listed. You probably won't have any major issues.
I used 2.7.2 in this class and had no problems.

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