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 New Users Introduce Yourself
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(Oct-21-2016, 07:42 PM)Fred Barclay Wrote:
(Oct-20-2016, 07:30 AM)demosthenesk Wrote: Hello, my name is Demosthenes... I run LMDE2 with Python2.7 and Python3.

Yahoo! Another LMDE-er. :)

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#22
Hi, everyone!
Glad to join your forum and hope to learn a lot from here)
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#23
Hello everyone! I'm Kopuz and I'm currently learning Python mainly through writing games with Pygame. I thought maybe I can pickup some tips on this forum and maybe share a few.
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#24
Hey,  I am a youngling (No age revealing  Smile) intersted in Programming and am licking my chops at any info I can find. I have used lua in the past, and now discovered python.I have already solved the FizzBuzz test with help, and this is on my second day in python. I am quite eager to learn more no how to apply this knowledge.
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#25
Welcome ... have fun

Since you're just starting out, let me recommend something from the start:

Get the latest stable version of python today that's 3.5.2

This will save you the pain of upgrading later. Major changes took place when 3.0 was released.
In spite of what you may hear from those refusing to let go of 2.7, the day will come
when you find a package (perhaps soon) that you really want, but it doesn't support 2.7
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(Nov-04-2016, 06:51 PM)Larz60+ Wrote: Welcome ... have fun

Since you're just starting out, let me recommend something from the start:

Get the latest stable version of python today that's 3.5.2

This will save you the pain of upgrading later. Major changes took place when 3.0 was released.
In spite of what you may hear from those refusing to let go of 2.7, the day will come
when you find a package (perhaps soon) that you really want, but it doesn't support 2.7


I currently have no PC, HP broke it while repairing so I am using a free python 2.5 compiler on my school Ipad lol
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#27
Quote:I currently have no PC, HP broke it while repairing so I am using a free python 2.5 compiler on my school Ipad lol
Libraries at this point are usually giving away their windows 7 towers. If you delete windows and install linux, it is a very nice machine for free.
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#28
Yeah I recently picked up a raspberry pi I plan to put Kali Linux on to learn about pen testing, but I will look into it!
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#29
If you are new in Linux, Kali may not be a good choice.
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#30
My name is William and I started learning Python about 2 years ago. I used to be a C++ and Java programmer, and then I left programming to play poker professional for many years.

When I got back into programming some friends suggested Python. I simply could not believe how fun and simple it was to use. I found I could implement ideas much better in Python than any other language. There was almost zero boilerplate code... and everybody dislikes boilerplate.
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