Python 3 versions
Jose Isaias Cabrera
Fri Feb 10 18:45:40 GMT 2023
I am going to start a project using python, but I need to be able to run some of the python3 libraries. When I use setup to install python, there are a bunch of python* versions:
I know that python2 is, probably, on its way out. But, why so many choices for versions of python? One more question, if I install python3, does that mean that I can use all of those python3x libraries? In other words, can I use the libraries of python37* or python38* or python39? Or are these specific to those versions? Confusing, it is. Thanks.
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