where can i find the python program the professor was used?
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the python program that he was using?
The Python Interpreter is the actual language interpreter used to run the code and it offers the interactivity you might see in some video lectures ~ I'm not exactly sure which ones you're referencing. The Interpreter is installed on all Macs and pretty much every Linux distro (actual versions vary, but they're all, pretty much, up to date, Python2 versions). You'll have to install it on Windows, the installer or source can be had from the Python website.
If you mean something else, you'll have to elaborate a bit.
I believe you can get Python from here. http://www.python.org/getit/
i got the 3.2 version, but it s has no debugger, no compilement
Version3.2 is the latest release. It is very clean, but the MIT course uses 2-series Python so watch for the differences ~ print and floor division are the main two that cause immediate problems.
You don't need a debugger, you just work through your code incrementally, but you can get debugging software if you need some. You wont need that kind of thing starting out with Python, don't worry about it.
Python is an interpreted language so it doesn't have compiler, you just run the script you've written directly. Do you have some familiarity with a different language? Let us know if you're stuck with anything.