A question about Python versions
g.bogle at auckland.no.spam.ac.nz
Wed Jan 13 07:09:01 CET 2010
I am learning Python, and using PyQt to develop a GUI that will be used to run a
Fortran program on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X (I think Python is great, btw).
Without thinking about it I downloaded and started working with a fairly recent
Python version, 2.5.4. I've now become aware of the existence of Python 3.1,
which apparently is a major revision of the language. Does it make sense to
stick with Python 2.x at this point, or should I be starting off with 3.1? If
it is recommended to stick with version 2, should I use the latest (2.6.4 or
2.7), and if so why? Thanks.
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