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#ActualSuperVGA

Posted 12 January 2013 - 08:33 AM

Yeah it is. I've started running my code in the IDLE using version 2.7 but with 3.3 whenever I run it, code OR command line, it comes up with a syntax error on the ".3" in the first line.
 
Is it something with version 3.3?

In response to KnolanCross; "Just to sure, by any chances the first line of your hello.py is:
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC 64 v.1600 bit (AMD64)] on win32"


Inferno, AFAIK your code isn't supposed to say

Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC v.1600 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32

Anywhere. Even on the first line. -It's incorrect syntax.
(Or correct me if I'm wrong, but I've never known a language that needs something like this, and I never wrote it myself when using Python)
What is your intent with that line?
 
If you write a valid statement in your hello.py file, such as

print('Hello World')

It should execute just fine.


#15SuperVGA

Posted 12 January 2013 - 08:33 AM

Yeah it is. I've started running my code in the IDLE using version 2.7 but with 3.3 whenever I run it, code OR command line, it comes up with a syntax error on the ".3" in the first line.
 
Is it something with version 3.3?
In response to KnolanCross; "Just to sure, by any chances the first line of your hello.py is:
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC 64 v.1600 bit (AMD64)] on win32"


Inferno, AFAIK your code isn't supposed to say
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC v.1600 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32
Anywhere. Even on the first line. -It's incorrect syntax.
(Or correct me if I'm wrong, but I've never known a language that needs something like this, and I never wrote it myself when using Python)
What is your intent with that line?
 
If you write a valid statement in your hello.py file, such as
print('Hello World')
It should execute just fine.

#14SuperVGA

Posted 12 January 2013 - 08:32 AM

Yeah it is. I've started running my code in the IDLE using version 2.7 but with 3.3 whenever I run it, code OR command line, it comes up with a syntax error on the ".3" in the first line.
 
Is it something with version 3.3?
In response to
Just to sure, by any chances the first line of your hello.py is:
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC 64 v.1600 bit (AMD64)] on win32 

Inferno, AFAIK your code isn't supposed to say
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC v.1600 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32
Anywhere. Even on the first line. -It's incorrect syntax.
(Or correct me if I'm wrong, but I've never known a language that needs something like this, and I never wrote it myself when using Python)
What is your intent with that line?
 
If you write a valid statement in your hello.py file, such as
print('Hello World')
It should execute just fine.



#13SuperVGA

Posted 12 January 2013 - 08:32 AM

Yeah it is. I've started running my code in the IDLE using version 2.7 but with 3.3 whenever I run it, code OR command line, it comes up with a syntax error on the ".3" in the first line.
 
Is it something with version 3.3?
In response to
Just to sure, by any chances the first line of your hello.py is:
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC 64 v.1600 bit (AMD64)] on win32 

#12SuperVGA

Posted 12 January 2013 - 08:31 AM

Yeah it is. I've started running my code in the IDLE using version 2.7 but with 3.3 whenever I run it, code OR command line, it comes up with a syntax error on the ".3" in the first line.
 
Is it something with version 3.3?
In response to
Just to sure, by any chances the first line of your hello.py is:
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC 64 v.1600 bit (AMD64)] on win32


Inferno, AFAIK your code isn't supposed to say
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC v.1600 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32
Anywhere. Even on the first line. -It's incorrect syntax.
(Or correct me if I'm wrong, but I've never known a language that needs something like this, and I never wrote it myself when using Python)
What is your intent with that line?
 
If you write a valid statement in your hello.py file, such as
print('Hello World')
It should execute just fine.



#11SuperVGA

Posted 12 January 2013 - 08:31 AM

Yeah it is. I've started running my code in the IDLE using version 2.7 but with 3.3 whenever I run it, code OR command line, it comes up with a syntax error on the ".3" in the first line.
 
Is it something with version 3.3?
In response to
Just to sure, by any chances the first line of your hello.py is:
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC 64 v.1600 bit (AMD64)] on win32


Inferno, AFAIK your code isn't supposed to say
Python 3.3.0 (v3.3.0:bd8afb90ebf2, Sep 29 2012, 10:57:17) [MSC v.1600 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32
Anywhere. Even on the first line. -It's incorrect syntax.
(Or correct me if I'm wrong, but I've never known a language that needs something like this, and I never wrote it myself when using Python)
What is your intent with that line?
 
If you write a valid statement in your hello.py file, such as
print('Hello World')
It should execute just fine.



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