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If you have installed python on your system, checking the python version it is as simple as writing the following code, doesn't matter the Operating System (OS) you are using since python will respond to the same commands on all of them.
WIN + Rto open the run window and type
If you need to check the Python version that you are using for a project (remember we can have different python versions installed at the same time on our System, we call it Python Script Version), you can do it like this:
Both options will return the version with a
string format. We can obtain this information in the tuple format as well. The return tuple syntax will contain five components: major, minor, micro, release level, and serial:
Since we are receiving the information in a Tuple format we can access and extract information using an index or by referring to it's name.
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