• namnium1125

    Thank you for look.

    I'm Japanese. So I might write some wrong English. then, please excuse me.

    >>> a = 1
    >>> b = 2
    >>> 
    >>> print(a,b)
    

    When I run this code, I thought I would get the result like this:

    1 2
    

    but in fact, I got this result:

    (1, 2)
    

    then, I thought I got it simply because the version of python is 2.7 and print statement output tuple (1, 2).

    And I tryed this code:

    import sys
    
    print(sys.version)
    

    its result:

    2.7.12 (default, Nov 20 2016, 12:12:11) 
    [GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple LLVM 7.3.0 (clang-703.0.31)]
    

    My thought was correct. but...

    The version in Pythonista3 is 3, but Why in the world is the version of python in Editorial 2.7?!

    And I want use Python 3.x in Editorial.

    If you know somethings about this, could you tell me?

    Thank you.

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