[Tutor] Possible to compile python to executable binary?

KodeKruncherDude@aol.com KodeKruncherDude@aol.com
Mon Apr 21 11:23:01 2003


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Hey, I'm just curious: Is it possible to compile *.py scripts to an 
executable binary file? If possible, how? Will the machine need python 
installed for the executable to run?

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