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Shane Francis

About a programming language

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Note: I dunno what happened to my previous thread. Either it was deleted or I was not able to post it. Please this time instead of deleting my thread just move it to the right forum. I'm a complete beginner and I cant find a subforum abut languages so I'll just post it here.

Backstory:
I currently have 2.7 of Python. However while I was studying the tutorial at automatetheboringstuff.com I was confused why input () seems to not accept strings and gives a nameerror. So I searched why turns out in 7.5 you'll need to use raw_input () for strings to work. So then I dunno but I think that tutorial is for 3.x which is where input () returns any data type. I then just went to Python's website and tried looking for 3.x IDLE. Here comes the problem, I can't seem to find one that is for 32-bit computer which is what I have.

Question:
Is Python 3.x available for 32-bit computers? If it is, where can I download it?

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