Can I specify the python version?
Can I, in the command line, switch the python version 'on the fly'? Or specify the path to the interpreter. unlinking and linking python versions could break other things. If I "ln -s python3.6 /usr/bin/python" it works. if it is "ln -s python2 /usr/bin/python" it don't work.
If you have a Python file (say
utility.py) you can run it from the command line by specifying which Python interpreter:
python3.6 utility.py or
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