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How do you have 2 windows open- one where you write the program and one that actually runs the program- like the professor does in lecture 2? When I did pset 0, it was combined into one window. Thanks for the help!

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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In your IDLE shell, click file in the top left and select new window.
The window that opens is the actual window that you would run your programs in.
Thanks a lot

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From the new window fit f5 to run a program in the shell
You can also run your files in terminal in a seperate window

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