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Python 3 print autocompletion

Working with both Python 3 and Python 2.7 in Sublime? Can't make yourself used to type print with brackets? Put this simple snippet in your Sublime Text User Package directory. It will autocomplete print statement with brackets.

Bonus tip for Linux users. Tired to switch build system from Python to Python 3 and back? Just want to Sublime Text use shebang/hashbang when running Build (F7) command? I.e:

  • If your file starts with #!/usr/bin/python3 use Python3
  • If your file starts with #!/usr/bin/python use Python
  • If your file starts with #!/usr/bin/env python use default Python version
  • If your file starts with #!/bin/bash or perl e.t.c., run file defined app..

Put this simple build system in your Sublime Text User Package directory, then select Tools → Build System → Run, and you will have universal runner based on file first line.

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