دوره Programming for Everybody (Getting Started with Python) ، فصل 2 : Installing and Using Python

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In this module you will set things up so you can write Python programs. Not all activities in this module are required for this class so please read the "Using Python in this Class" material for details.

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Last week, we talked about like the theory of programming and computer science, and the macarena and all that kind of stuff, and that's cool. And so it's launched externally using a technology called learning tools interoperability, so it's going to pop this open in a new tab. But like I said, I really would personally prefer that you build the skills in running Python on your laptop as quick as possible.

Hello and welcome to my video that shows how to get started and install Python on Microsoft Windows. I like writing the command line because you, it's, after awhile it's important to know what folder things are being run in. And so I- I hope that this little introduction about getting things started and writing your first Python program has been helpful to you.

The snipping tool exists on earlier versions of Windows as well, and so the gestures and the UI might look a little different, but it's about the same. So I'm going to hit the Windows icon and I'm going to type the s-n, and it brings up the snipping tool. If I close this window, and I click on Notepad, you will see that it's got the little scribbling thing.

Now you'll notice that it's not syntax highlighting yet, but I'm going to do a File, Save, oopsie daisy. File > Save As, and I'm going to go into my Desktop, and I want to make a folder called py4e. I hope this was helpful to you to get Python 3 installed on your Macintosh.

We go into Macintosh hard drives, we go to Applications, and then we search down for Preview. Preview's the application that that was originally built to view PDFs on the Macintosh, but it also has a whole series of screen capture capabilities. You can either grab a rectangular selection, which you'll be allowed to draw with your cursor, or a window, or the whole screen when timed.

So, so, yeah, it was just trying to eke our way back towards that 1980s world, in which every child who had wanted to be a computer programmer had a machine that they could use to learn on. And it turns out you can take those microcontrollers that are in, in the Arduino, and you can make them generate a video signal if you, if you clock them hard enough and you write the right software for them. We have this, these GPIs here, which for me were kind of a little of an afterthought in the design, but in practice a lot of the cool stuff people have been doing, adults and children, have been about using this as a machine.

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