anonymous
  • anonymous
Today I installed version 3.2 of Python. Anyone else using it rather than 2.7?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
One difference I found is that print is now a function and therefore the output must be placed in parenthesis. Other differences are available at http://wiki.python.org/moin/Python2orPython3
anonymous
  • anonymous
I've used python3 for a short period of time, but I found that it is not ready to public consumption unless you are completely willing to write all your own libraries or adapt existing libraries for python3 as there is not a lot of legacy or backwards compatability, it's like a whole new architecture. This is a problem in a lot of projects, for example a guy I know was running Redhat which uses Python 2.6 as part of its core, when he upgraded to python3 it broke his entire system. Python3 is great, in a few years when more adaption has taken place I think it'll be awesome, but I'm not ready to make the jump, yet!

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