REPOST: [Q] how to use IDLE in linux
ylee12 at uiuc.edu
Fri Dec 28 14:21:40 EST 2001
Hi, I have problem using IDLE in Linux. I installed Python 2.2 and tried to
launch IDLE, but it didn't work.
I read the on-line document for IDLE and it says that I needed to just type
"idle", but it didn't work for me.
What am I supposed to do to use IDLE in Linux?
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