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What Python IDE are you guys using for this course if I may ask?

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We use the default IDE that comes with the Python download, IDLE.
ditto - win7
gedit + terminal on ubunut, not ide but it works perfect.

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i use the ipython shell + my favourite editor (gvim). works better than idle with matplotlib (plotting library) in my installation (I have python2.6 installed via fink on mac OSX)
hey you can also use pyscripter.
Thanks a lot for the help, ill try them out... I have been having trouble finding one that runs on windows 8. I just recently installed the developers release.
since you have installed the windows 8 developer release, let me tell you there are less chances that you will find softwares for it because it is released to do so.
if you cant find IDE for dev. release try something like this:
You could partition your drive & install Ubuntu (a Linux-type OS) along side Windows 8. Ubuntu even comes pre-packed with Python. I suspect you would find lots of solutions for the lack of software that way.
Aptana with pydev plugin

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