Python is a clear and powerful object-oriented programming language, comparable to Perl, Ruby, Scheme, or Java. Some of Python's notable features: Uses an elegant syntax, making the programs you write easier to read. Is an easy-to-use language that makes it simple to get your program working. Comes with a large standard library that supports many common programming tasks such as connecting to web servers, searching text with regular expressions, reading and modifying files. Python's interactive mode makes it easy to test short snippets of code. Is easily extended by adding new modules implemented in a compiled language such as C or C++. Runs on many different computers and operating systems: Windows, MacOS, many brands of Unix, OS/2, ... Is free software in two senses. It doesn't cost anything to download or use Python, or to include it in your application. Python can also be freely modified and re-distributed, because while the language is copyrighted it's available under an open source license.


python/3.6.3-fasrc02 Core centos7  
python/3.6.3-fasrc01 Core centos7  
python/2.7.14-fasrc02 Core centos7  
python/2.7.14-fasrc01 Core centos7  
python/3.6.0-fasrc01 Core centos6  
python/3.4.1-fasrc01 Core centos6 This module is an alias for the Anaconda3/2.1.0-fasrc01 module 
python/2.7.13-fasrc01 Core centos6 Anaconda alias 
python/2.7.12-fasrc01 Core centos6 Anaconda alias 
python/2.7.11-fasrc01 Core centos6 Anaconda alias 
python/2.7.9-fasrc01 Comp centos6 This python is being built as a Comp module so that it is available for Intel-specific code. 
python/2.7.8-fasrc01 Core centos6 This module is an alias for the Anaconda/2.1.0-fasrc01 module 
python/2.7.6-fasrc01 Core centos6 This module is an alias for the Anaconda/1.9.2-fasrc01 module