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Hello Dan,

Do we have to use python 3? Or, can we use the tutorials with python 2.7?

Thank you!

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If you prefer to use Python 2, you can probably get away with it. There may be some subtle differences, mostly in the `print` function and some of the list comprehensions. TensorFlow/Theano and all dependencies should all be available for Python 2 as well, so that shouldn't be a problem. But once you install, it should be mostly the same.

That said, I developed the course using Python 3, so that's the only "officially" supported version. But if you run into specific problems where code doesn't work with Python 2, feel free to post on this forum and I'll take a look.