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 Python 3.6
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Hm, interesting. But it can be a dependency problem.

Python 3.8 is still in development.

Quote:Expected: - 3.8.0 beta 3: Monday, 2019-07-29 - 3.8.0 beta 4: Monday, 2019-08-26 - 3.8.0 candidate 1: Monday, 2019-09-30 - 3.8.0 candidate 2: Monday, 2019-10-07 (if necessary) - 3.8.0 final: Monday, 2019-10-21

Python 3.7.3 is production ready. I don't know any issues, except that Tensorflow was long time not supported, because of the async keyword. Since Python 3.7 async is keyword and disallows the use as name.

Btw. some tests fail also with my 3.7.3 installation:
Output:
== Tests result: FAILURE == 399 tests OK. 5 tests failed: test_asyncio test_curses test_httplib test_ossaudiodev test_site 12 tests skipped: test_asdl_parser test_clinic test_dbm_gnu test_devpoll test_gdb test_kqueue test_msilib test_startfile test_winconsoleio test_winreg test_winsound test_zipfile64 Total duration: 23 min 20 sec Tests result: FAILURE
My code examples are always for Python >=3.6.0
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