Python 2.7 or 3.1

Jorge Biquez jbiquez at icsmx.com
Sat Oct 30 00:48:11 CEST 2010


Hello all

Would you consider a "not so intelligent move" for a newsbie to 
Python to have maybe version 2.7 and 3.x (if that's possible to be 
running together on the same machine) to have them run and be 
learning mainly in 2.7 and see differences in 3.x? In my case I am 
interested mainly in web applications with a database and if possible 
being accesing dbase since a projects still runs a big system under 
dbase format,  or definitely stay with 2.7 for a while until most in 
migrate it t o 3.x?

Thanks in advance
Jorge Biquez

At 05:21 p.m. 29/10/2010, geremy condra wrote:
>On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 7:18 PM, Braden Faulkner <bradenf at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Would it be safe to say that 2.6 would be even better for beginners than?
>
>Let me just come out with a contrary point of view before you go down
>that path. If you're seriously considering using sqlite, then you may
>be just as well off using Python3 as 2.7 or 2.6- it's in all of the
>above, and Python3 is a big cleanup over previous versions of the
>language.
>
>Geremy Condra
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