Self-tutoring about Python: the tutor mentions not and not equal. Python’s not operator is the word not, rather than !. Yet, Python’s not equal operator is !=. Therefore, to test (in)equality, there seem two choices: x!=y not (x==y) Source:

The tutor tells how to determine the version of Python the server is using. I’ve found two ways to print out the version of Python used by the remote server: import platform print “Content-type: text/html\n\n” print(platform.python_version()) or else import sys …

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