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Which Version of Python is used in this book?

Python Deep Learning
By Valentino Zocca, Gianmario Spacagna, Daniel Slater, Peter Roelants
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Final Release Date: April 2017
Pages: 406

Which version of Python does the above book use?

--N. Srinivasan
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  • Tai Hake (Official Rep) June 06, 2017 19:46
    Hi N.,
    I looked through the book for a mention on which version of Python this book uses, and it actually didn't mention a specific iteration. Since this book was released in April of this year, one can assume that it's referring to one of the more recent releases. A lot of the book is on open source libraries, such as Theano, Keras, Google's
    TensorFlow, and H2O which looks like they are installed via Python.

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    Tai H.
    Customer Service Rep,
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  • Dear Tai,

    I intend to purchase the electornic edition of this book in pdf format.

    If I find the code inoperable (as it happened with one of the Pckt publications),
    how do I return it?

    I appreciate your prompt response.

    Kind Regards,
    Nick Srinivasan
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