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http://www.python.org/ is a good place to start.
appreciate that alot. Thanks!
one more question.. lol... which version should i get?
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I believe the 2.7.2 version is the one used.
Hello Cclayramirez, I read de email from THE MACHINE, everything is fine (version 2.6)
We are now a week away from the start of the class, which begins November 26th. If you requested assignment to a group of learners, you’ll receive an e-mail this week with the mailing list for your cluster. In the mean time, whether you asked to be assigned to a group or not, please do the following:
Watch Lecture 1 of MIT OpenCourseWare’s 6.00SC. If you’ve programmed before in another language, this will likely be review; if you are entirely new to programming, it covers some foundational concepts.
Read the Getting Started PDF from 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Python
The Python environment IDLE can be a little disorienting to some users. It has two distinct windows, an “interpreter” window, which has prompts (>>>) and immediately executes commands, and a “program” window, in which you write and save multiple line programs. Save yourself many bangs of your head on your desk by reviewing the following document.