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From where can i download python

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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Which operative system are you running?
Hi, go to and download the program. There are many version but you should download the 2.7.3. There are many options for 2.7.3, but I downloaded the 2.7.3 Window installer and it is working perfectly.
Make sure though. You have to download the version 2.7.3!!! They don't usually support the 3.3.0 version. They also have a awesome wiki page online running 24/7 it is really helpful for every stages of programming with python. If you want extra practice, it is 100% free and they give some exercises to work on. I used that website when I started learning python.

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