How is Python 2.7.3 and Python 3.3 different?

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What are the changes required for the same code written in Python 2.7.3 before and now it needs to be executed in Python 3.3?

The code is :-

nm = input(“enter your name “)

str = raw_input(“enter ur details: \n”)

f = open(nm,”w”)



print 1.See the file\n

print 2.Exit\n

s = input(“enter ur preference “)

if s == 1 :

   fi  = open(nm,”r”)

   cont  = fi.readlines()

for i in cont:

    print i

else :

    print thank you, goodbye  

Please point out the changes to be made so that it runs without any error in Python 3.3
Sep 12, 2018 in Python by ana1504.k
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  • raw_input() is not used in Python 3. Use input()  function such as-

    str = input("enter ur details: \n")
  • input() cannot evaluate the value it parses in Python 3. for that you need to use eval(input()) such as :

    s = eval(input("enter ur preference "))
  • print() is a function in Python 3 but it was a statement in Python 2. so it need to be called in the following way:

    print("1.See the file\n")
    print("thank you, goodbye")
answered Sep 12, 2018 by SDeb
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