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Light weight Python IDE

 

Hi ,

can i know what are the light weight python IDEs , that i can install on my laptop as it is low end 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks and Regards, 

Manas 

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Someone recently made a post similar to this, you might want to check it out: 

A low-end laptop will most likely do fine running any lightweight editor, I wouldn't install anything large like visual studio, though

 

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A basic code editor with syntax highlighting like VS or Atom and run it in terminal/cmd

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ok , thank you , can i have the link to it please ?

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1 minute ago, DPS100 said:

Someone recently made a post similar to this, you might want to check it out: 

 

thank you 

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1 minute ago, Slottr said:

A basic code editor with syntax highlighting like VS or Atom and run it in terminal/cmd

i have tried atom , but it wont run properly ,its sluggish and VS code makes my laptop slow 

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Just now, manasrZovLV said:

i have tried atom , but it wont run properly ,its sluggish and VS code makes my laptop slow 

Notepad++ then

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Just now, manasrZovLV said:

i have tried atom , but it wont run properly ,its sluggish and VS code makes my laptop slow 

You might want to try IDLE, it is pretty barebones but is very lightweight.

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Just now, DPS100 said:

You might want to try IDLE, it is pretty barebones but is very lightweight.

i am using IDLE from 6mnths but want a more feature packed IDE

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do i need python for geany or does it have built-in 

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Built-in

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Just now, manasrZovLV said:

do i need python for geany or does it have built-in 

Geany is just a code/text editor, if you want to run python code then you need python.

 

18 minutes ago, manasrZovLV said:

i am using IDLE from 6mnths but want a more feature packed IDE

Based on this comment I assume you've got python already installed.

ಠ_ಠ  if i said something stupid please let me know

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2 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Built-in

 

2 minutes ago, shadow_ray said:

Geany is just a code/text editor, if you want to run python code then you need python.

 

Based on this comment I assume you've got python already installed.

Most editors don't come with python installed, but as shadow_ray explained, if you already used python with another editor (and as long as you didn't uninstall python or change the PATH environment variable) it should work fine.

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I meant python parsing is built-in, i.e. it's not like VS code where you install a python extension to have coloring/parsing etc. Maybe that wasn't the question, of course you need python installed and accessible from the PATH.

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