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Is python 3.10 coming to repl?
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helloyanis

Hey! I wanted to know if Pthon 3.10 is coming to repl, because it has new features (match-case statements) that are not present on the current version of python. Is there a way to change the version I am using on repl, or check what version I am using, and if python 3.10 was coming to repl and when, if possible.

Thank you!

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Wumi4

Is Python 3.10 a beta version? Because I only see the lastest version labeled on the Python official website, which is python.org, is 3.9.4.

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helloyanis

@Wumi4
You can find it here!

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19ecal

@Wumi4
Yes python 3.10 is still in dev (alpha) the full release is not expected until october

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nooby-xviii

@19ecal
Which is this month!

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19ecal

@nooby-xviii
In fact it the final release was yesterday (the 4th)

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PikachuB2005

@19ecal
Hmm I hope they change this soon

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XinTZU

@PikachuB2005

no, i dont think python 3.10 will be on any online interpreter because all of them have python 3.8 or less. For now, no interpreter has even python 3.9

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XinTZU

@PikachuB2005

I checked every site for 3.10 and none of them had it.

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PikachuB2005

@XinTZU
why did you reply to a 4 month old message ;-;

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XinTZU

@PikachuB2005
LMAOOO i dont even know why

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XinTZU

@PikachuB2005
LMAOO i dont even know why

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PikachuB2005