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Isn't THAT interesting. Python supports version 2.6.5 AND version 3.1.2.

How bizarre to have effectively two similar-but-different programming languages. I suppose they are expecting people to move to python 3 eventually. It does warn on the python site, though:

Python Wrote:If you don't know which version to use, start with Python 2.6.5; more existing third party software is compatible with Python 2 than Python 3 right now.


Python Wrote:Python 3.0, also known as “Python 3000” or “Py3K”, is the first ever intentionally backwards incompatible Python release.
So now I DO know something about Python. They are doing some weird paradigm shift, and starting to lose support for older apps...

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