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Ayush Chandne •https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/jython-introduction-and-installation/ •https://www.tutorialspoint.com/jython/jython_installation.htm •https://www.jython.org/installation.html •https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19798-01/821-1760/gjisy/index.html
Ayush Chandne Have you searched it on Google? https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+install+jython+on+windows+10&oq=&aqs=chrome.0.35i39l5.-1j0j1&client=ms-android-xiaomi-rev1&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8
Ayush Chandne Click on the given link
There is no need to use the Jython installer. Just download the standalone version from https://www.jython.org/download and save it in a folder on your hard drive. e.g. c:\jython The file itself is jython-standalone-2.7.2.jar and is a java archive. To create a shortcut on your desktop. Right click on your desktop and select New>Shortcut. In the shortcut dialog box where it says "type the location of the Item:" enter... java -jar c:\jython\jython-standalone-2.7.2.jar Then click the "Next" button. Make sure that the path is correct and that the filename matches the version that you have. In the box that says "Type a name for this shortcut:" enter Jython and click the "Finish" button. One last thing. Right click on the Jython shortcut and select "Properties". In the "Start in:" box enter %USERPROFILE% then click "Apply"; then click "OK". This change makes sure that the startup folder is your user directory and not a system directory. Now double click the icon and presto a Python console. To exit the console type.. exit() If you want to run a script directly in Jython use... java -jar c:\jython\jython-standalone-2.7.2.jar program.py I have this set up in my editor to do this automatically when I press F5 in a Python source file.
Jython seems to be brother of python.