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Re: is the same betweent python3 and python3.2?

 
 
Andrew Berg
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      06-16-2012
On 6/15/2012 11:31 PM, contro opinion wrote:
> is the /usr/lib/python-3.2.3/bin/python3 same as
> /usr/lib/python-3.2.3/bin/python3.2?

It should be. IIRC, ls -l will tell you if something is a link. You
could also run python3 and it will tell you the version.

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