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Python3 or Python2+ which one should i learn ?

if i start coding into python world . which one should I choose . somebody said that these two versions are totally different ! is it true guys ?

20th Apr 2017, 4:02 PM
Joobin Jacob ◆ ܝܘܼܒܝܼܢ ܝܹܩܲܒ ◆‎
Joobin Jacob ◆ ܝܘܼܒܝܼܢ ܝܹܩܲܒ ◆‎ - avatar
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not totally different, but Python 3. might as well learn the new
20th Apr 2017, 4:09 PM
LordHill - avatar
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python3 , cause python 2.7 will not be supported NEWS: http://hg.python.org/peps/rev/76d43e52d978
20th Apr 2017, 4:11 PM
黃冠融 - avatar
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I'm new to python and I decided to start with 3 since it's the newer language. Although from research I have done prior, there will be things I need 2 for, but I learn and use it as needed. At this point I have used a little of each and in my opinion they are similar for the most part.
21st Apr 2017, 12:51 AM