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Post by -NoLiMiTs- on Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:18 pm
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i recently have started this quest on learning how to program. I downloaded the python program and, I am trying to get familiar with it. I have read alot of what HTS forums and what you guys and gals are talking about plus google however i am still at the first blinking dot.I guess what i am trying to say I see how to do it but I dont understand how you get from the blinking dot and <>;; to the finished product.I am going to school for this in the near future and i do not want to be a complete idiot when i get there :lol: I definetly have the determination to do this, because for the last 2 months i have been obsessed on learning all i can about html :roll: My other question is aside from the books that have been posted on this forum is there any web sites that can help me or maybe i should start with somthing else like java first because if 3 of the syntax are pretty close maybe i should start with one of them :mrgreen:
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Re: python programming

Post by Prince Of The Elite on Fri Aug 26, 2011 1:09 am
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Hmmm... I just want to ask a little question, what are you asking about ?! Honestly I can't understand, you are trying to learn python or you've already done but don't know how to make a complete project ??!
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Re: python programming

Post by -NoLiMiTs- on Fri Aug 26, 2011 11:40 am
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yes a complete project how do i run a script once it is complete? Sorry if I am hard to follow I was tired
when I typed that :oops: now that i read it again i see the problem :oops:
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Re: python programming

Post by centip3de on Fri Aug 26, 2011 1:46 pm
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-NoLiMiTs- wrote:yes a complete project how do i run a script once it is complete? Sorry if I am hard to follow I was tired
when I typed that :oops: now that i read it again i see the problem :oops:


You'd double click the script, and it should automatically run, if you have the proper version installed. Or, you could just go to IDLE, and click "Run" >> "Python Shell". Also, you posted in the wrong section. Python isn't a compiled language, it's an interpreted language (I won't go into the differences), but we _do_ have an interpreted languages section, over here.

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Re: python programming

Post by -NoLiMiTs- on Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:13 pm
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sorry peeps new to the site :D
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Re: python programming

Post by centip3de on Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:43 pm
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-NoLiMiTs- wrote:sorry peeps new to the site :D
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Re: python programming

Post by Prince Of The Elite on Fri Aug 26, 2011 8:46 pm
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Three ways the script can be run :
1-run it from IDLE opening it from the menu in IDLE
2-save it as .py and double click. That'll run it in a console
3-save it as .pyw and it will run with the console hidden
4-finaly, search for pyexe and make the script copiled to exe. Very helpfull if you want to run it on a pc without py interpreter

Python is a very good language to start with and easy to learn. You'll like it ;)
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Re: python programming

Post by centip3de on Fri Aug 26, 2011 9:04 pm
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Prince Of The Elite wrote:Three ways the script can be run :
1-run it from IDLE opening it from the menu in IDLE
2-save it as .py and double click. That'll run it in a console
3-save it as .pyw and it will run with the console hidden
4-finaly, search for pyexe and make the script copiled to exe. Very helpfull if you want to run it on a pc without py interpreter

Python is a very good language to start with and easy to learn. You'll like it ;)


As you can see from above, this problem was already solved, and had no need for further input.
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Re: python programming

Post by cthulhu666 on Wed Sep 14, 2011 9:11 am
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centip3de wrote:
Prince Of The Elite wrote:Three ways the script can be run :
1-run it from IDLE opening it from the menu in IDLE
2-save it as .py and double click. That'll run it in a console
3-save it as .pyw and it will run with the console hidden
4-finaly, search for pyexe and make the script copiled to exe. Very helpfull if you want to run it on a pc without py interpreter

Python is a very good language to start with and easy to learn. You'll like it ;)


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Yeah but his answer looks prettier :P
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