As regards "How to use the command line" section, towards the end of the section, where it is written the "Warning", I was wondering if we could avoid to use double quotes renaming the "Python Script" directory. What I just would like to know is if it is possible to rename in a rude way this directory maybe adding an underscore between the two word or maybe there is a way to rename it without doing damages. I know that it is strongly not recommended to use white space in both file names and directories. In this case, it is a little different becouse the directory was already named. In that case, if the aswer is positive, it will change something in the command syntax? Do we have to use the double quotes yet?
I have also another question. I have just started to have a look at "Think Python". In the "How to use the Python interpreter" section you have written that "//" is used for the whole division. In the book it is written that "//" is the Floor Division operator that has the ability to divide two number and rounds down to an integer. It is correct what the book says?.
The last thing is that I've done the exercise/challenge at the end of the lesson. Could I send you a message where I add my Python file? Or is there an alternative way you would prefer to receive it?
Thank you for your time.