Python for WEB-page !?

Deborah Swanson python at deborahswanson.net
Thu Jan 5 10:20:26 EST 2017


Ionut Predoiu wrote, on January 05, 2017 11:07 PM
>
> Good morning,
>
> Thanks to all for feedback and advice.
> Because I am a beginner I will read more about versions of
> Python recommended by you.
>
> On the other side I am interested to know if exist some sites
> which have develop platform where can be use for free Python
> from browsers, without have it installed on PC/laptop. As
> beginner I want to practice from everywhere.

There's a website called Python Tutor where you can write Python programs and 
it will show you the structures built in memory as it executes. It's  very 
useful for seeing how recursive functions work, or any function or class you 
call. It will also work for simple programs and it has an output console you 
can print to.  (Well, it's more like a print window, but it works.) Very good 
for beginners, I used it all the time when I was first learning, and I still 
use it for recursive functions, since PyCharm doesn't step through recursion in 
a clear way.

http://pythontutor.com/


> I waiting with higher interest your feedback.
>
> Thanks to all members of community for support and advice.
> Keep in touch.
> Kind regards.
>
>
>
> On Thursday, January 5, 2017 at 2:57:23 PM UTC+2, Ionut Predoiu wrote:
> > Good afternoon,
> >
> > I am a beginner in programming language.
> > I want to know what version of Python I must to learn to
> use, beside of basic language, because I want to integrate in
> my site 1 page in which users to can made calculus based on
> my formulas already write behind (the users will only
> complete some field, and after push "Calculate" button will
> see the results in form of: table, graphic, and so on ...).
> > Please take into account that behind will be more
> mathematical equations/formulas, so the speed I think must be
> take into account.
> >
> > I waiting with higher interest your feedback.
> >
> > Thanks to all members of community for support and advice. Keep in
> > touch. Kind regards.
>
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