@jac said in Studying:
I think as it gets to October time there is some python coding to do
Python is not a difficult programming language, yet extremely powerful. For it to make any sense, you’ll need to have a decent IDE (Integrated Editor), or an application designed for writing code.
Some good examples of this are
- PyCharm - brilliant - just make sure you get the community edition
- VSCode (free - it’s the “cut down editor only” version of Visual Studio)
- Sublime Text - not free, but cheap to buy, and you can use the free version of it
- ATOM editor - a GitHub provided platform, and it’s free
- Eclipse - an editor written in Java which is completely free, but a b@stard to setup for newbies
- Notepad++ - free, and powerful, but will only work on Windows (there is a Linux “port” but it’s not great)
I’ve missed several out, as these are (mostly) my favourites - the top one being VSCode.
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