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#11
Why is it python2? If we're exposing an interpreter for people to test things, shouldn't it be the most recent version, or at least 3.x?
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#12
For most new users, the major difference is minimal..such as print as a statement VS print as a function, in which it both supports. 

However the interpreter is not just an interpreter linked to the server outputting it on a page. That would be dangerous. It is a fake implementation of python written in js. And we are stuck using whatever version they created and support. Its actually just running in your browser.
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#13
Oh. Can we change that? I'm fairly proficient with js, though the effort of changing the parser might not be worth the benefit lol
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#14
I have a question about this program. I am just starting to learn Python and would like an interpreter to test code. When I use Skulpt it does not always print. I downloaded the program but that does not start up for some reason. I am running Skulpt in Firefox with Linux OS. Is there a better or easier Interpreter to start with? I am probably not understanding the interpreter.

Thanks Dan
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