Is python version 3 7 2 supported by pycharm jetbrains IDE

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Feb 26, 2019 in Python by Kavilakshmi
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Yes Python v3.x is supported by pycharm jetbrain IDE.
answered Feb 27, 2019 by Priyaj
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Yes, it works effectively.
answered Feb 28, 2019 by anonymous
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Yes it works fine..
answered Feb 28, 2019 by Pratosh kumar

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