• paulgottlieb

    @dgelessus In your opinion, should I be concentrating on 3.0? Is that going to be the standard going forward?

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  • paulgottlieb

    Thanks to everyone. that raw_input function did the trick. I think the Beginning Python book I had out of the library was geared to release 3. I'm sure I'll back with more questions. This is a far cry from assembler language programming on the old IBM mainframes!

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  • paulgottlieb

    @TutorialDoctor That's a good point. As a neophyte I really wasn't conscious of he differences between releases. I'm running 3.51 on the PC

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  • paulgottlieb

    thanks, I'll give it a try.

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  • paulgottlieb

    I'm a retired programmer and I'm new to python. My question is so simple it's embarrassing. I installed python on my desktop and I also installed Pythonista on my iPad. The following simple program works perfectly on the desk top, but not on my iPad:

    input_var = ("enter your name: ")
    print("Hello! " + input_var)

    on the PC this works, but in Pythonista on the iPad, when I enter my name, Paul, the print statement fails with "NameError: name 'Paul' is not defined." I must be doing something stupid, but I don't see what. Any help?

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