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Where is the text editor in the provided Python version 2.54 folder? I can find the shell at python.exe.

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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What you are looking for is "Idle". If you are on Windows it is under the Lib\idelib folder as "Idle.bat". Running it will open the immediate interpreter that you can type code into to immediately evaluate. In "Idle", if you choose "File" "New Window" It will open a window where you can type commands in and save it to file, then press "F5" to run it.
Well why is it buried in there... Thanks a lot for your speedy answer!
You're welcome.

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You should not be programming and using windows. Real software developers use ubuntu or another linux distro. Mac at the very least. At least unless you are programming with c#

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