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 Create Your First Python Program

To create your first Python program, you will need a text editor or an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to write and run your code. Some popular options include IDLE (which is included with the Python installation), PyCharm, and Visual Studio Code.

Here are the steps to create and run a simple Python program using IDLE:

  1. Open IDLE by going to the Start menu and selecting “Python 3.X.X” (where X.X.X is the version number of Python that you have installed).
  2. In the IDLE window, go to the “File” menu and select “New File”. This will open a new window where you can write your code.
  3. Type the following code into the window:
  1. Go to the “Run” menu and select “Run Module” (or press the F5 key). This will run your program and display the output in the IDLE shell.

You should see the message “Hello, World!” printed in the shell. Congratulations, you have just written and run your first Python program!

To create and run a Python program using PyCharm, follow these steps:

  1. Open PyCharm and create a new project by clicking on the “Create New Project” button.
  2. In the project window, right-click on the project name and select “New > Python File”.
  3. Give your file a name (e.g. “main.py”) and click on the “OK” button.
  4. Type the following code into the file:
  1. To run the program, click on the green “Run” button in the toolbar (or go to the “Run” menu and select “Run ‘main'”).

The output of the program will be displayed in the PyCharm console.

To create and run a Python program using Visual Studio Code, follow these steps:

  1. Open Visual Studio Code and create a new file by going to the “File” menu and selecting “New File” (or pressing Ctrl+N).
  2. Type the following code into the file:
  1. To run the program, go to the “Terminal” menu and select “Run Active File” (or press Ctrl+Shift+Enter).

The output of the program will be displayed in the Visual Studio Code terminal.

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