anonymous
  • anonymous
What version of python should we install ? I think I'm going with 2.
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RedPrince
  • RedPrince
Try to work with latest version of any software if it is possible...!!! v2 is not bad but for me v3.3 is batter..!! the choice id yours!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I believe for the course, v2.7 is suggested!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I wrote 2 but yes v2.7.3 is what I meant. I downloaded the windows version from this site and installed it on my windows : •Windows x86 MSI Installer (2.7.3) (sig) http://www.python.org/download/releases/2.7.3/

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anonymous
  • anonymous
That should do just fine for the course!
RedPrince
  • RedPrince
yes you are right.....!! actually I also take a 8 weeks course from University of Toronto in fundamentals of programming and they use v3.0 of python!
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are a few differences that I found between V 2 and 3. Python has the following keywords or reserved words; they cannot be used as identifiers exec (changed to a built-in function in 3.x) False (added in 3.x) None (added in 3.x) nonlocal (added in 3.x) print (changed to a built-in function in 3.x) True (added in 3.x) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Python_syntax_and_semantics
anonymous
  • anonymous
so which version of python is required for the course 6.00x
anonymous
  • anonymous
V2.7.3!
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks

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