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anonymous

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what is the best way to learn how to actually APPLY a programming language ie, python. like, how do you make programs with actual graphic interaction?

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  1. anonymous
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    I'm not sure what you mean by APPLY, but if you're looking to write an application with a graphical interface there are a number of GUI toolkits available for python. I like wxWidgets, but there's also GTK and QT modules available.

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    If you download Blender (blender.org), you can script in Python. Of course there's also Mel in Maya. These help make 3-D graphics? But I'd think that the answer you're looking for is the one from polpak.

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    yeah, ive used blender, but, its kind of not what i was looking for. thanks tho. polpak, i actually think thats what i was looking for, thanks

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