Hi Can someone tell me the exact version of Python that John Guttag and Eric Grimson use in lectures?
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It was some 2.5 vesion... I think 2.5.4. They have it on the web site. However, it does not work with newer versions of windows, which is why many people end up using 2.7.x
A few of the things they do use libraries like NumPy. If you want to learn how to add the livraries, fine. However, another suggestion I have seen is to download the free verison of Anaconda. That is just Python with about 200 libraries pre-installed.
They also have commercial versions with commercial libraries, but the free one will cover everything the class uses.
Thanks for getting back. I am looking for the one where there is an IDLE shell and a script text editor with a .py tag. How would I get that?