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Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #1
So what do you prefer and why?

I just restarted learning python and I did choose for python 2.7.3 Because I'm the most familiar with the Python 2 version.

What about you?
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RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #2
(04-01-2013, 09:43 PM)Dapaus Wrote: So what do you prefer and why?

I just restarted learning python and I did choose for python 2.7.3 Because I'm the most familiar with the Python 2 version.

What about you?

I have Python 2.7 and Python 3 installed side by side just as I do OpenJDK6 and Oracle's Java 7 and all work in good order.
So perosnally, I prefer both for differing reasons that serve similar purposes.


RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #3
(04-01-2013, 09:43 PM)Dapaus Wrote: So what do you prefer and why?

I just restarted learning python and I did choose for python 2.7.3 Because I'm the most familiar with the Python 2 version.

What about you?

I have Python 2.7 and Python 3 installed side by side just as I do OpenJDK6 and Oracle's Java 7 and all work in good order.
So perosnally, I prefer both for differing reasons that serve similar purposes.


RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #4
I've been using 2.7 for a while so it's just more natural for me.
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RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #5
I've been using 2.7 for a while so it's just more natural for me.
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RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #6
I've been using Python 3 because the course from which I had learned python recommended Python 3, so that's Python 3 for me Smile
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RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #7
i use python 3 but have python 2.7 as well in case i need to make something in it that can't be made in python 3 easily. Smile
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RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #8
I use 2.7 because I only seem to use Python for scientific programming related to my degree and some Python extensions that I use are yet to be released for Python 3. Saying that things may have changed in the last year or so, I should probably look into that but I shall save that for another night.
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RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #9
(04-03-2013, 12:39 AM)-ELM Wrote: I use 2.7 because I only seem to use Python for scientific programming related to my degree and some Python extensions that I use are yet to be released for Python 3. Saying that things may have changed in the last year or so, I should probably look into that but I shall save that for another night.

To the best of my knowledge, Python 2.7 is still considered the Stable version of Python and currently resides as the de facto preference until Python 3.x.x has all of the fully developed extensions etceteral added, which then will be the full replacement for Python 2.7 is my current understanding.


RE: Python 2 vs Python 3, Your opinion #10
(04-05-2013, 02:12 PM)Dashadower Wrote: I have both pythin 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2 on my computer. 2.6 and 2.7 have better tkinter support, since i had to manually install tk for 3.2 however, if you're gonna go command line coding, i prefer 2.6, exe, 2.6(because of py2exe). Good luck! Python is a fun language to learn.

py2exe works with 2.7. How is described here: http://www.py2exe.org/index.cgi/Tutorial
Other than that you can as well just use another converter like PyInstaller.

If the creation of exe files is important for your tasks, you shouldn't use Python, though.
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