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Here’s more about the difference between Python 2 and 3. Python for Windows, Linux/UNIX, Mac OS X, Other Want to help test development versions of Python?

Pre-releases For most Unix systems, you must download and compile the source code.

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Read more Note: Barry's key id A74B06BF is used to sign the Python 2.6.8 and 2.6.9 releases.

His key id EA5BBD71 was used to sign all other Python 2.6 and 3.0 releases.

His key id ED9D77D5 is a v3 key and was used to sign older releases; because it is an old MD5 key and rejected by more recent implementations, ED9D77D5 is no longer included in the public key file.

You can import the release manager public keys by either downloading the public key file from here and then running On the version-specific download pages, you should see a link to both the downloadable file and a detached signature file.

All data in a Python program is represented by objects or by relations between objects.

(In a sense, and in conformance to Von Neumann’s model of a “stored program computer,” code is also represented by objects.) Every object has an identity, a type and a value. (The value of an immutable container object that contains a reference to a mutable object can change when the latter’s value is changed; however the container is still considered immutable, because the collection of objects it contains cannot be changed.

So, immutability is not strictly the same as having an unchangeable value, it is more subtle.) An object’s mutability is determined by its type; for instance, numbers, strings and tuples are immutable, while dictionaries and lists are mutable.

Objects are never explicitly destroyed; however, when they become unreachable they may be garbage-collected.

An implementation is allowed to postpone garbage collection or omit it altogether — it is a matter of implementation quality how garbage collection is implemented, as long as no objects are collected that are still reachable.

CPython implementation detail: CPython currently uses a reference-counting scheme with (optional) delayed detection of cyclically linked garbage, which collects most objects as soon as they become unreachable, but is not guaranteed to collect garbage containing circular references.

See the documentation of the module for information on controlling the collection of cyclic garbage.

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