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Standardize python versions in notebooks #1741

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Adds a python version standardizer to the lint/lint-fix commands. Currently standardizes to Python 3.8.2

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@bchen1116 bchen1116 requested review from thehomebrewnerd, gsheni and rwedge and removed request for thehomebrewnerd October 14, 2021 19:16
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Merging #1741 (2b20cb3) into main (e41cd66) will not change coverage.
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@bchen1116 bchen1116 merged commit ba96f18 into main Oct 14, 2021
@rwedge rwedge mentioned this pull request Nov 2, 2021
@gsheni gsheni deleted the bc_python_version_lint branch January 7, 2022 17:00
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