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In fact I’m a new developer If I can define myself as it with Swift3. But a friend has recently suggested me to learn python too to be considered as geradr serious programmer – thing that I just started a week ago!
Problem is it looks like I will need an IDE to compile, run, test, and so on Visual Studio ultimate or VS Pro has been recommended by this friend. But only ‘s versions are available for mac without python support which is still in beta.
Moreover, virtual studio subscriptions appear to be expensive and I would better move for free alternatives at least in this learning. This question appears to be off-topic.
The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: Instead, describe the problem and what has been done so far to solve it. Python is an interpreted swijnen, it does not need to be compiled, and instead uses an interpreter, which comes by default in macs as far as I know.
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Need help for setting up my macbook to learn Python 3 using Gerard Swinnen book [closed] Ask Question. I need help to setup my macbook to learn Python3 using Gerard Swinnen book. Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance. Sorry for the typos, I’m a French speaker.
A terminal emulator and a text editor is all you need. Use Anacondait will walk you through everything you need to know to get you up and running and it’s free.
And, although this is obviously based on opinion, I think that beginners should not use IDEs, which obscure too much of what pyhton going on. Mar 2 at Even if it’s a obviously good practice, the.
Thanks for your helpful answer. If python do not need to be compiled, then how developers create complete programs that they can run as software on multiple platforms?