How to Check the Python Version in a Virtual Environment?

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To check the Python version within a virtual environment, you can use the sys module in Python. The sys module provides access to some variables used or maintained by the interpreter and to functions that interact with the interpreter. You can access the Python version using sys.version.

Here’s an example code snippet that demonstrates how to check the Python version within a virtual environment:

import sys

python_version = sys.version
print("Python Version:", python_version)

When you run this code within a virtual environment, it will display the Python version installed in that environment.

Note: Make sure you have activated the virtual environment before running the code. The method of activating a virtual environment depends on the virtual environment tool you are using, such as venv, virtualenv, or conda.

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