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Python 3.5.1rc1 is out for testing!
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hellow goodmorning every body..my name is franco komba from TANZANIA,I would like to learning python,who can help me to get starting point about python.if anyone please sms me through my email address kombafranko@gmail.com.Thanks
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Python 3.5b3 is out!

As with all beta releases, any and all testing of new features and looking for regressions is appreciated.
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I found out error at same day but thanks for ur concerned 
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Python 2.7.10 is out!

Do make sure your code can handle the two-digit bugfix release number.
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A true programmer chooses his language on the requirement of the job at hand. Not whether it's old or new. Old and new are but relative terms.  If you are a good coder you'll understand that. 
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Python 3.4.3 is out!

"""Python 3.4.3 was released on February 25th, 2015.

Python 3.4.3 has many bugfixes and other small improvements over 3.4.2.
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help us to get source code for python for the data structure base concepts
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Python 2.7.9rc1 is out for testing! Please give it a spin and report any issues to bugs.python.org as this release will contain a bunch of security improvements related to SSL.

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Python 2.7.9rc1 is the first release candidate for the next bugfix version of the Python 2.7 series. Python 2.7.9 will include several significant changes unprecedented in a "bugfix" release:

* The entirety of Python 3.4's ssl module has been backported for Python 2.7.9. See PEP 466 for justification.
* HTTPS certificate validation using the system's certificate store is now enabled by default. See PEP 476 for details.
* SSLv3 has been disabled by default due to the POODLE attack.
* The ensurepip module module has been backported, which provides the pip package manager in every Python 2.7 installation. See PEP 477.
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Also recommend CX freeze for compile to exe 
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"""Python 2.7.8 was released on July 1, 2014. This release includes regression and security fixes over 2.7.7 including:

* The openssl version bundled in the Windows installer has been updated.
* A regression in the mimetypes module on Windows has been fixed.
* A possible overflow in the buffer type has been fixed.
* A bug in the CGIHTTPServer module which allows arbitrary execution of code in the server root has been patched.
* A regression in the handling of UNC paths in os.path.join has been fixed.
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Good commend Akbar Ebrahimi Fard, I totally agree
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The first release candidate of Python 2.7.11, the next release in the 2.7.x series is now available. Please see the download page to obtain 2.7.11rc1 for testing. If no serious problems are detected, the final release will happen in two weeks. Posted by Benjamin at 9:43 PM · Email ThisBlogThis!
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Python 3.5.0 has been released!
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+Nur Azhar Some 3D apps still use it.
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Python 3.5b2 is out for testing!

The reason for the quick release of b2 so shortly after b1 is due to a bug that prevented loading extension modules contained within a package.
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Every 11 year-old in Britain will be getting the BBC Micro Bit this autumn. The platform will be programmable with three programming languages: Touch Develop (https://www.touchdevelop.com/), C++, and Python.

The Python Software Foundation is a supporting organization of this initiative. The PSF blog post on the topic can be found at http://pyfound.blogspot.com/2015/03/bbc-launches-microbit.html
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Python 3.4.2 is out!

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Python 3.4.2 has many bugfixes and other small improvements over 3.4.1. One new feature for Mac OS X users: the OS X installers are now distributed as signed installer package files compatible with the OS X Gatekeeper security feature.
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very cool!
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Python 2.7.7 has been released!

And an FYI in case you were not at PyCon or didn't hear about it afterwards, Python 2.7 support will exist until 2020 (http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0373/).
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+Julio Barragan Hay i could help you, I would just need details of the project.
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