[Tutor] The Perennial 3.2 vs 2.7

Mark Lybrand mlybrand at gmail.com
Fri Nov 18 03:26:08 CET 2011

Okay, so I am about to take up the banner of learning Python again. I had
started with 3.2 and I have a book that I like.  But all of the things that
I want to use Python for appear to be 2.x specific.  Will I be setting
myself up for failure if I continue learning 3 and then try to write
programs in 2.x?  Note that I am an experienced programmer, albeit in
curly-brace languages (Perl, Java, C#, HTML/CSS/JavaScript), so that will
probably count in my favor.  But y'all would know better than I if there
are significant issues that I will need to overcome conceptually.

Mark :)
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