Bug report


#1



https://www.codecademy.com/courses/python-beginner-sRXwR/1/1?curriculum_id=4f89dab3d788890003000096


The instructions are applicable to python 2 not python 3.
the instruction says to use print len(parrot) which is proper for python 2.
The instruction should say to use _print(len(parrot))
this is confusing because there is no error no matter which way you type the line_


I expect print len(parrot) to generate a syntax error


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#2

Its more of preferance, you can use either one as the lesson accepts python 3 and python 2.
I tend to use both, though it's up to you to decide which you will use.Though codecademy
uses python 2 mostly, so you might run into some problems using python 3.


#3

I don't know want I should use for this question
:computer::open_mouth:


#4

Use Python 2 syntax for all the lessons in this track.


#5

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