Introduction to python IDE

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Python IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is a code editor, which allows editing of code making use of a series of peripheral components and attachments. The code editor we are using which almost gives the same result.

Features of Python IDE

  • It has  an ordinary text-editor
  • It offers a variety of language with specific shortcut editing functions.
  • Very fast and comfortable to use
  • Python is also an interpreter

PyCharm is one of the Python IDE code editors that are generally used by programmers.

Downloading PyCharm

The Free Community Edition of PyCharm can be downloaded from the link below:

http://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/download/

Starting Python

To start Python, you just need to type Python in your terminal command line and after that press enter.

The $ sign denotes the start of a terminal command line, and then the # sign denotes a comment. Python ignores anything written on the right side of # sign on a given line.

Using the Interpreter

  • In addition to being a programming language, Python is also an interpreter. It reads other Python programs and commands, and executes them.
  • Python programs are compiled automatically before being scanned by the interpreter. The hidden scanning process makes Python faster than a pure interpreter.
  • Once you’re inside Python, you can type commands at your own will.
  • Quantities stored in memory are not displayed by default
  • If the quantity is stored in memory, typing its name will display it.
  • To exit the interpreter, you need to press [Ctrl + D]

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