How do you program in Python?

gene tani gene.tani at
Tue Jul 5 03:53:52 CEST 2005

+1 on investing in emacs. There's a shiny new release of the Oreilly,
which is (a really large book) that a lot of people teach themself out

But i would also recommend komodo from activestate's IDE, easy and
powerful, once you understand what all's in the menu- & toolbars:

(Maybe look at WingIDE, too, i've heard it's good)

And the python quick refs:

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