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<DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2><FONT face="Times New Roman" size=3>Can you or
someone give me very specific instructions as to how to create
an _.EXE file from a
_.PY file.<BR><BR>I have spent a
lot of time looking through all 7 sections of FAQ's at
</FONT><A href=""><FONT face="Times New Roman"
size=3>http://www.python.org/doc/faq/</FONT></A><FONT face="Times New Roman"
size=3> and many other sights.<BR><BR>I have also gone
to </FONT><A href=""><FONT face="Times New Roman"
face="Times New Roman" size=3> and tried to use
the general comments there.<BR><BR>I did download and
install *win-py2.4.exe . This
installed successfully as far as I can see. There were no error messages
REMOVEPY2EXE.EXE was created in
folder.<BR><BR>The machine I am running, is running XP
professional, 2002. It has a Pentiuum(R) 4, 1.8 Ghz CPU. The drive
has 37 GB free.<BR><BR>I am by no means a computer expert but I am not
illiterate either. I have used MS Quick Basic for many years. In the
past I have also used APL and Fortran on various machines over the years.
I just am not familiar enough with Python and have not been able to find the
detailed data I need to do what I want. Up to a month ago I had never
heard of Python and I badly need the ability to
make *.PY programs
files run as
files.<BR><BR>Can you or someone supply the very specific instructions to do
this? I would also be perfectly willing to arrange with someone to call
them at their convenience and do it over the phone and compensate the person for
their effort and time.<BR><BR>I sincerely and very much appreciate anyone's
response and help! Thank you!<BR>Jack