Python 3000 vs. Python 2.x
mnordhoff at mattnordhoff.com
Sat Jun 14 00:38:04 CEST 2008
mr.opus.penguin at gmail.com wrote:
> As a new comer to Python I was wondering which is the best to start
> learning. I've read that a number of significant features have
> changed between the two versions. Yet, the majority of Python
> programs out in the world are 2.x and it would be nice to understand
> those as well. Thanks for all the help.
You should learn Python 2. Python 3 is only in alpha/beta, and it won't
be very relevant for several years.
Python 3 isn't a whole new language; it just breaks backwards
compatibility to clean up old warts and make other improvements. It
won't be too hard to transition to it when you decide to.
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