running python 2 vs 3
breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Mar 20 19:56:25 CET 2014
On 20/03/2014 15:21, Marko Rauhamaa wrote:
> notbob <notbob at nothome.com>:
>> I've installed python 3.3 on my Slack box, which by default comes with
>> python 2.7. I know how to fire up the different IDLE environments, but
>> how do I differentiate between the scripts? IOW, up till now, I've
>> used .py on all my 2.7 files. How do I know not to run a .py in
>> python3 or visa versa? Or do I? What's the excepted convention for
>> differentiating between the two?
> That's a bit of a sore spot.
> On a linux box, the initial line of the script indicates the
> #!/usr/bin/env python2
> for Python 2.x
> #!/usr/bin/env python3
> for Python 3.x.
> All tutorials will tell you to start it with
> #!/usr/bin/env python
> which will start python2 on all (?) existing linux distros, but is
> expected to start python3 within the next decade.
The above is also true on windows via the 'Python launcher for windows'
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