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I just installed the python modules: construct and statlib with setuptools like this:

# Install setuptools to be able to download the following

sudo apt-get install python-setuptools

# Install statlib for lightweight statistical tools

sudo easy_install statlib

# Install construct for packing/unpacking binary data

sudo easy_install construct

I want to be able to (programmatically) check their versions. Is there an equivalent to python --version I can run from the command line?

My python version is 2.7.3.

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In Windows, run the following command in anaconda prompt to get the list of python modules and their versions.

You will get the following output and I have mentioned only a few packages.

Here is the command to check the version of a particular package like numpy:

You can check out this Python Tutorial to get started with Python.

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