[Tutor] Curious newbie

Rob rob@uselesspython.com
Mon, 22 Jul 2002 12:27:26 -0500

Python is an interpreted language, which means that one must have a Python
interpreter installed in order to run Python programs. There are certain
special things you can do, such as bundle up a Python interpreter with your
program for distribution, so there are different ways of looking at it.

Rob Andrews

> -----Original Message-----
> From: tutor-admin@python.org [mailto:tutor-admin@python.org]On Behalf Of
> shey crompton
> Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 12:16 PM
> To: 'tutor@python.org'
> Subject: [Tutor] Curious newbie
> Hi all,
> If I create a program like a small text based guessing game using Python,
> and I want to send it to mates to try out, do they have to have python
> installed to be able to play the game? If my mates don't have to have IDLE
> installed, how would they (in windows) run the game?
> Thanks,
> Shey
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