Python 3


Python 3 IDEs
Integrated Development Environment is a type of application that assists the programmer in developing software, giving it a powerful text editor, a compiler, a debugger and many other additional components, such as: class hierarchy, object inspector, etc. Examples of such programs: Eclipse, Code :: Blocks, Visual Studio Code, NetBeans, etc.

Text editors are specialized programs used to write source code, with certain peculiarities depending on the programming language used, but rudimentary compared to any IDE.

Of course, in the case of the Python programming language, there is a very varied range in this regard. The full list can be found on the official page [here].

For example, if you've already worked on Eclipse, which is a popular open source IDE, you can install the extension PyDev to be able to work in Python, which offers an interactive console, automatic code completion, program troubleshooting, etc.

PyCharm is dedicated to Python programming, it's free (but also paid for the professional version, with support for HTML, JavaScript, SQL) and can be installed very easily on any OS [see here].

For beginners. The first step is to [install on your system] the Python programming environment (version 3.8.1, Windows 8.1, in my case). We can work directly in the console, or using programs saved on disk that have the extension: ".py".

You can also use Thonny ( which is made especially for beginners.
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