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Ashoka

I want to my code block execution for every line so that i can simulate and find if any semantic errors in PYTHON. For this wt do i need to do?

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  1. ArtemF
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    To find semantic errors I use print statements (to look at variables values at the particular place in my code) as professor recommends. It is usually enough - you can put as many of them as practically reasonable for debugging.

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    @Ashoka try using the Wing101 IDE, it's free and you can download it from here: http://wingware.com/downloads/wingide-101/ It has a decent debugger, will let you set breakpoints, watch variables, and step through code.

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    Using print statements definitely works,and I assume that the Wing IDE works, mentioned above, but you can also step through a program with this one below and it's online. It lists variables, etc. http://people.csail.mit.edu/pgbovine/python/tutor.html#mode=edit

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