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Useless, since based on Python 2. (and this is nowhere indicated) - the user string is interpreted with Sculpt https://github.com/skulpt/skulpt: Skulpt is a Javascript implementation of Python 2.x. Nothing of this runs on current Python 3.*, providing this kind of tutorials is confucing learners.

Skulpt does support the Python 3.7.3 grammar [0], but it's a work in progress. I have it enabled here:


Is there something specific that did work for you? I tried all the examples on Python 3.7.3 and they worked for me. One notable thing that's missing is that the @ operator for matrix multiplication, but I hope to add that in the future.

[0] http://skulpt.org Python 3 Grammar. The master branch is now building and running using the grammar for Python 3.7.3. There are still lots of things to implement under the hood, but we have made a huge leap forward in Python 3 compatibility. We will still support Python 2 as an option going forward for projects that rely on it.

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