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I'm just preparing to start the course. Can anyone advise me whether Python 2.7.4 would be OK to use for the course? Or should I stay with 2.5.x (the version of 2.5 that is the latest is 2.5.6)? Thanks

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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both are ok
yup go for that because a most linux version comes with that and python 3.0 x has some different sintaxes.
For starters it is quite sufficient

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even not for starters its sufficient
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Why do I get a syntax error for 'else' when the script seems to execute okay otherwise?
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