Join Joe Marini for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing an editor/IDE, part of Up and Running with Python.
There are a lot of great tools out there for working with the Python programming language.…I'm going to take a moment and show you a few of my favorites.…But, of course, if you're already using a programming tool that you like such as…Dreamweaver or Notepad or Text Wrangler, it doesn't really matter.…You can use that editor to follow along with this course.…One of my personal favorites is Python Fiddle.…If you go to pythonfiddle.com this is an online python editor in the Cloud.…So I can just go ahead in here in the editor and start typing some Python code.…And I realize I haven't shown you any of this yet, so just bare with me a moment.…
But I can write a really simple program, I can click run, you can see down here I'm…getting my output. I can configure the window a little bit larger.…Over here in the side bar, there are examples of Python programming.…You can work with different packages and so on.…So Python Fiddle is really a great online editor, if you like using online editor.…Of course, there's also Sublime Text. Sublime Text is a really great programming…
- Installing Python
- Choosing an editor/IDE
- Working with variables and expressions
- Writing loops
- Using the date, time, and datetime classes
- Reading and writing files
- Fetching Internet data
- Parsing and processing HTML
Skill Level Beginner
1. Preparing the Development Environment
2. Python Basics
3. Working with Dates and Times
4. Working with Files
5. Working with Web Data
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