So, I think to myself, "Self, you took Pascal
about 20 years ago back when RAM was measured in single digits and you said 'bless you' if someone said, 'gigahertz.' in college and absolutely hated that freaking class came out a better person because of it. This may be something you don't have time for, I mean you have 5 kids. Wake the heck up an enriching experience. And besides...Pascal...Python, they both start with Ps yeah, that's probably the only thing they have in common. You got this, man. G'head, give it a try."
I go to the Python site and read every thing I can to figure out which version would best suit me. (There's a lot to choose from, you know.) I can't find anything anywhere. It's all so confusing. Please. Someone. Give me a nudge in the right direction.
So I take a shot in the dark and go with v.2.7.
Anyway, this isn't really about Python. It's about the video I grabbed while downloading the program. I'm going to have my kids wrestle with it after break.
I may not ever find the solution to that really difficult problem about multiples of 3 and 5, but at least I got a lesson out of it.