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I know PyCharm is good, don't know many others

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Hey, I'm on Windows 10 64 bit.


I am doing a class with Python & used IDLE but I hate it. Without the syntax highlighting & prediction, programming is a tedious chore.

Anyone recommend an alternative? I like Visual Studio when using C#. Is there something similar for Python? Thanks!!


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I'm another pycharm advocate. Has so many tools and really just great overall IDE 


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On 11/20/2019 at 10:44 AM, fpo said:

I like Visual Studio when using C#. Is there something similar for Python? Thanks!!

Code Python in Visual Studio directly. Python is just an extra option you can add to your VS install. When you click on new project it will show as a new project type like any other language it supports. You can edit the installation from apps and programs and just tick the python option and boom it works

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On 11/20/2019 at 9:14 PM, fpo said:

Hey, I'm on Windows 10 64 bit.


I am doing a class with Python & used IDLE but I hate it. Without the syntax highlighting & prediction, programming is a tedious chore.

Anyone recommend an alternative? I like Visual Studio when using C#. Is there something similar for Python? Thanks!!

You can try Anaconda used at many places

 

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You can use Visual Studio for Python as well as C#. Just add Python part though the Visual Studio Installer also there is Visual Code. 

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