me at my.own.computer
Mon Mar 13 16:54:21 CET 2000
Ha, I had this problem myself, not so long ago... It is good to see that
with what little experience i have I can now help out others with two or
three less hours experience than me ;-)
I am using python under M$ Windoze 98. I tried to use the run module option
to test code but that seems to be a doing something a little different to
what i had imagined.. the way i found to run a program was to edit it within
python, then save it to a *.py file, then simply double click on it from the
Yours in zeros and ones,
"Terry Reedy" <tjreedy at udel.edu> wrote in message
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> "williman" <williman at adinet.com.uy> wrote in message
> news:22.214.171.124.20000312094616.007a1560 at adinet.com.uy...
> > I'm Alejandro Williman. I download today the Python 1.5.2. program.
> > I'm would like to program with Python, but I don't know, how can I save
> > and put the name to a program that I've done?
> Depends on what editor you are using. Most Windows programs use
> File/SaveAs from the top menu.
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