Hi there, I have a probably quite dumb question: When Mr. Guttag says he doesn't wants to type the code in the Python Shell where does he type it instead? I'm probably missing some instructions but I don't know where to find it.
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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Instead of a python shell. You can save it in a file and end it with .py . Then you can open it up with python. Detailed instructions at
Type the code into a text editor and save it as a .py file.
Notepad ++ is nice and easy to use.
Or use IDLE
I downloaded Sublime Text 3 and it works so far. BUT when I enter a simple command like
print ("hi there")
The console just tells me: "[Finished in 0.xs]" but not the actual "hi there".
What am I doing wrong?