What editor do you use for python?
In the course I am taking use sublime text, but I started using Pycharm and I see it is very good I am new to programming and I will learn using python3
I prefer PyCharm first, then VS Code second. I haven't used IDLE, so I'll defer to other people's opinions on that one.
I usually use Pycharm, Visual Studio and IDLE. But sometime notepad++
VS code and Pycharm, but if I just wanna practice some stuff then I don't use any of them, I use command prompt for that purpose (not an IDE)
I prefer IDLE.
For best Editor , I prefer Anaconda Navigator
Wing Python IDE was designed from the ground up for Python, to bring you a more productive development experience. Pycharm is also easy to use.
Anaconda and her Spider
Visual studio code is what i prefer personally
Spyder and notepad++ occasionally
I use atom on Windows (you'll have to do some setup tho) and the conda environment to keep my python installations clean. On macOS I do prefer Vi and when you get into it you can be very fast.
Atom (multiplatform and open source) with Python plugins.
For some of the most intellectually inclined people, Y'all like posting the same thing already said instead of up-voting your preference. Also, Typically it is user preference with what Dev Environment you choose to use so try the top 2 results when you google it and if you like the second more than the first... Use the first one
I use Notepad++ for Python and most other things. However if I’m working with gigantic text files (a few GB in some cases) from memory dumps for forensic analysis (generated by pmdump.exe), I’ve found that VIM is one of the very few editors that can do the job. 🇺🇸
VS Code with Skrillex music playing in the background.
For text Editor I prefer VScode is best but for Ide I prefer Pycharm is best.
I prefer IDL
Problem Statement Given two integers a and b, your task is to calculate and print the following four values:
Please help, any idea?