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How do we submit our answers to the problem sets? Also, once we complete the course, what do we receive from it? A Certificate of some sort?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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For the MIT OCW courses there is no certificate and you do not submit the problem sets. If you want feedback or have questions, you can use a code pasting site and post your code here. Self paced, self motivated learning.
Thanks. bwCA, for explaining this to me. What we are gaining is knowledge and real life experience (so to speak) programming. I finally understand! Thanks again! Sincerely yours, Jonathan Marshall, Iowa
P.S.: Can I use the most current version of Python?

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i used 2.7x. There are enuff differences with 3.x that you would have to be prepared to figure some things out for yourself language-wise.

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