Daniel Thompson said:
Mac OS 10.9.1
I know some C/C++ - but it's time to learn some Python!
We first need to make sure that Python is installed on your Operating System of choice.
Follow the Instructions at http://pytuts.blogspot.com/2011/06/installing-python.html
You can either Install Python 2.x or Python 3.x
Reply to this task with the following information:
Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit),
Installed Python 3.3.2.amd64.msi,
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Assuming you are currently using Python2.x, this totally depends on what kind of work you are going to do with python in the near future.
Although Python3 is the future of python, not every python library has been ported to it, yet. So, if you can do what you want to do with Python3, go ahead and upgrade, otherwise stick to Python2.x for a while :)
You can always make the switch, after getting good at it.