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Question for any Windows programmers that may exist here:

So I found two in-depth Python tutorials, one is suggesting Cygwin as a command-line interface, the other says I should stick with Windows' already included shell.

Who should i trust?


Bonus question: One is a Python 3 tutorial, the other swears I should start learning with Py2, and later switch to 3. What do?


>inb4 get linux pleb
Win7 is literally my only option atm, so don't come at me with UNIX-based distro suggestions pls thx
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since */Linux is not Unix based i suggest u might give that a try
also install gentoo
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>>64112921
seriously, a different distro is not an option
when i said i'm stuck with Win7 atm, i really meant i'm stuck with Win7
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>>64112569
Use Debian.
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install gentoo and use win7 in a vm
wow that was difficult
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