2 years later? you obviously mean 5?metulburr wrote:I started with 3.x, because i thought 2.x would be dead by the time i got going in the language, lol. Low and behold 2 years later, 3.x has gotten few steps further, and not widespread yet.
Always use newest version.
- C++ is not a newer version of C, it's different language
- There are 2 "currently available stable new" versions of python.
2.7.5 and 3.3.2 were released on the same day
- The choice of python 2 or 3 depends on a person's needs.
There are more useful learning resources for python 2, as well as better external library support, so it's often a better choice.
- The differences between 2 and 3 are mostly minor, so the initial choice doesn't really matter all that much.
manojg wrote:when somebody start with older version of python, someday he/she will has to switch to new stable version of the python which has more modules, more power.
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