Was wanting to brush up on my Python. Thanks for the course. Some feedback so far: The course is titled Python 3, but the Jupyter notebook and Linux shell are running Python 2.7. The example under arithmetic operators for "/" shows Python 2 behavior..

Not sure why the print operator handles parentheses differently in Jupyter (where they don't print) than in the command line examples (where they do).

In lesson 1, under comparison operators, looks like you inadvertently copied the examples from the previous section on assignment operators.

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Hi @commwoeltjeorg,

Thank you so much for this feedback. We'll definitely look into the points you raised.

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