I have python 2.7 and 3.4 versions installed. But when I say say "python -V", it shows version as 2.7 not 3.4
How to tell ubuntu to use newest python? where is this setting configured ?
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if you run
python -V, you get:
Python 2.7.6, However, if you run
python3 -V, you get
Running a script, you can specify the python version to use by using either:
If the script or application is executable, and you run it without the
python (either 2 or 3) command, you need to have the shebang in your script, in which you define the python version to use; either:
You cannot run code, written for python2 with python3 and vice versa, so you should not (try to) "tell" Ubuntu to use either version 2 or 3 in another way then above, according to the version of python, used in your code.