How to use 'check pytorch version' in Python

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56def torch_version():
57 if args.cpu:
58 if c.get_os() == c.OS.LINUX:
59 return "{0}{1}-cp{0}{1}m-linux_x86_64.whl".format(
60 *c.get_python_version())
61 if c.get_os() == c.OS.MAC:
62 return "torch"
63 if c.get_os() == c.OS.WIN:
64 return "{0}{1}-cp{0}{1}m-win_amd64.whl".format(
65 *c.get_python_version())
66 else:
67 if c.get_os() == c.OS.LINUX:
68 return "{0}{1}-cp{0}{1}m-linux_x86_64.whl".format(
69 *c.get_python_version())
70 if c.get_os() == c.OS.MAC:
71 c.log.warning(
72 "# MacOS Binaries dont support CUDA, install from source if CUDA is needed. "
73 "This script will install the cpu version.")
74 return "torch"
75 if c.get_os() == c.OS.WIN:
76 return "{0}{1}-cp{0}{1}m-win_amd64.whl".format(
77 *c.get_python_version())

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