Run a Python program

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So I'm starting like Python a bit, but I'm having trouble erm...running it. Lol

I'm using IDLE for now, but its no use whatsoever because you can only run a couple of lines at a time.

I'm also using Komodo Edit to create the actual .py files.

My question is, how can I run the .py files to test out the actual program?

I'm using Windows 7, and Komodo Edit 5 as my IDE. Pressing F5 in Komodo doesn't do anythin at all.
Oct 15, 2018 in Python by findingbugs
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In IDLE press F5

You can open your .py file with IDLE and press F5 to run it.

You can open that same file with other editor ( like Komodo as you said ) save it and press F5 again; F5 works with IDLE ( even when the editing is done with another tool ).

If you want to run it directly from Komodo according to this article: Executing Python Code Within Komodo Edit you have to:

  1. go to Toolbox -> Add -> New Command...
  2. in the top field enter the name 'Run Python file'
  3. in the 'Command' field enter this text:

    %(python) %F 3.a optionall click on the 'Key Binding' tab and assign a key command to this command

  4. click Ok.
answered Oct 15, 2018 by Priyaj
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