[docs] Tutorials vs. Windows OS

mpguarda-one at yahoo.ca mpguarda-one at yahoo.ca
Fri Sep 10 05:47:01 CEST 2010


I think that people who work with Windows deserve to be noticed. 

I am going through tutorials, and so far, it seems to be impossible to follow 
them up on a Windows operating system. I work with computers since 1967 
(perforated tape input), worked such things as  Monte Carlo simulation of hot 
electron behaviour and co-wrote a paper on Mars landing, but did not have an 
opportunity to learn what Unix Shell is. Am I doomed, or somebody can tell me 
where I can find tutorials in which it will is explained where to find an 
interpreter I have downloaded a single line one), how to install an editor, and 
how I can run Python code in Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2?
 Best regards,

Michael Polubinski
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