anonymous
  • anonymous
Not really a question, but noticed I was not running Python 2.6, but 3.2 on my MacBook Pro. I am using IDLE (which does seem primitive to me! And I crashed it often) So uninstalled 3.2 and now I get answers 'expected' on some of the assignment. import sys & print sys.version to see what version you are running!
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I haven't even bothered with IDLE. I'm running Linux, and I just use the Python interpreter in the shell (which you can also do in Mac OS X). I can type "python" to run 3.2 (and "python --version" to check on the version that is symlinked to python) and "python2.7" to run 2.7. I like it that way; it's simple.

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