anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you enter multiple lines of code before executing the program? I am writing the scripts in "Idle", is this correct?
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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MicroBot
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try going File -->New Window and write ur code there. then save it as name.py and run it. you can run it by pressing f5 aswell. gl:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
cool:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just like MicroBot said, but in the new window rewrite or copy your code (without ">>>"). Save it with the extension .py and run it.

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