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Good Python IDE for Linux

| February 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Which python IDE you use in Linux? You can use command line with an editor (gedit is simply, vim more complex, emacs complete but difficult). Typing the following commands in terminal will run the program:python If you don’t want to use the command line version of python then there is another choice “IDLE”. IDLE means interactive developement envirement.
Komodo IDE from ActiveState is a powerful, multi-platform, multi-language IDE for end-to-end development of dynamic web applications. Komodo IDE makes creating robust apps fast and easy, with a rich feature set for client-side Ajax technologies such as CSS, HTML, JavaScript and XML, coupled with advanced support for dynamic languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Tcl. Award-winning features include comprehensive editing and debugging, plus intelligent tools for regular expressions, team development, customization and unparalleled extensibility. The result is a powerful coding environment for framework stacks like Ruby on Rails and CakePHP and client libraries such as the Yahoo! UI Library and Dojo. A single license covers you across Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
PyCharm is another paid editor, with prices ranging from free (Open Source Project License/Classroom License) up to a Commercial License, at $199. Individual licenses are available for $99. Each paid license also has subscription fees, which are roughly half of the initial cost. I talked about how I feel about high priced IDEs in my last post, so I won’t repeat it all here. As a plus, however, Jetbrains provides a comparison of the differences between each license, which is nice to know.
3.Wing IDE
Wing IDE Professional is a powerful integrated development environment (IDE) for the Python programming language. Wing IDE and Python focus on boosting productivity and code quality, especially in complex projects with changing requirements.

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My name is John Link.I am 26 years old. My major is Computer science and technology. I am a junior programmer with Python.

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