some question about python2.6 and python3k

Benjamin Kaplan benjamin.kaplan at case.edu
Sun Jan 4 18:36:50 CET 2009


On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 12:14 PM, Michael Yang <michael.p.yang at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi,guys
>
> i am a new guy for python world,i have some question want to ask
>
> 1.should i learn about python2.6 or python3k?i heard of it has some
> difference from them
>

If you don't have to worry about external libraries, you should probably
start using Py3k. If you need external libraries and they aren't ported yet,
you should probably use Python 2.6. There aren't that many major differences
and, when everything is ported to Python 3, you should be able to pick it up
pretty quickly.

>
> 2.Do python3k has some good web framework(like web.py)?


AFAIK, none of the major web frameworks have been ported to Python 3 *yet*.
Python 3 just came out a month ago, and the differences are enough to cause
some problems for these large projects. If you're trying to do web
programming, you should probably stick with 2.6 for now.

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> Thanks !
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