1)Reading other questions the version 3.3.0 doesnt work with some things of the course, what versión do i choose... Why the last versión dont work???
2)Maybe i am wrong but phyton is a language of programming right. But the diferrence with english is that it changes allot for example the Word xxxx in 1998 means "a" and in 2009 "b" and in 2050 in the versión 80 of phyton that Word xxxx could't exist if this is true and i am not wrong does this happen allot what % of the words change???
3)This course Introduction to Computer cience and programming is for people that dont know nothing about programming right. I am not sure how undergraduate work in usa but this is what people course on the first month when they study computer??? can someone answer me this and send me too a plan of study of computer on MIT
4)What is the difference between this two courses
6.00SC Introduction to Computer Science and Programming (Spring 2011)
6.00 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming (Fall 2008)
WHAT IS SC???
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1.) Pick the version of python that the course uses.
2.) Programming languages evolve like everything else. To learn specifically what changes read the specifics for each update.
3.) Yes, they provide an introductory course that is exactly what beginners would take. The plan of study is on the OpenCourseWare page where the course is provided. Read the syllabus.
4.) The difference appears to be most noticeably the year. Personally, just go for the latest one because it is the most recent. This will give you a better change at using a more recent version of Python in the course.
Oh and sorry. For #1, the reason certain versions of Python won't work with certain courses is because the course was not based on that version. This is why I suggest choosing the same version used in the course, or one around it.
1) the course instructor does say that you have to use version 2.x rather than 3.x (use a version of python beginning with 2, rather than 3)
2) not sure what you are asking here, sorry about that
3) this is an intro course, definately teaches the basics of python.
4) like the person above me, I do not know what the SC means, but like he said go for the more recent course.