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I couldn't open the py file,which program should i use to open this one

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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idle if using windows or a text editor - there are a number of IDE's that support Python and many text editors that have syntax highlighting for Python. I like Notepad++ for a text editor.
To run it use python if in Linux or in Windows at command prompt . or a text editor to edit it
First, make sure you saved the file as a .py. You have to write the extension ".py". Then, you can run it from the Python Shell: File>Open...(select the file) and pressing F5, or with a double-click over the file (if the program is ok, it should run).

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you need python ide http://www.python.org/getit/
The .py file is just a text file, and you can open it with any text editor. In Windows, I think there is a NotePad or TextPad program that should open and edit the file. If that fails, you can probably open it with Microsoft Word. ******************************************* or open a command prompt first (Start>CMD) then navigate to the folder where you have the python script downloaded then try typing "python.exe yourFileName.py" and see what it says ***********************************************************

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