Python Beginner Tutorial 1 (For Absolute Beginners)

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This Python Programming Tutorial covers the instillation python and setting up the python development environment. This video covers setting up a system variable for using python from the windows command prompt and also covers using python from the built in IDLE IDE. After setting up the development an environment this video demonstrates how to create and run your first python script (Hello World).

This video series is ideal for individuals looking to learn their first programming language or individuals looking to learn python as another programming language.

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Danny G says:

I don't understand. Let's say I've learned the language. What now ? How do I use it outside cmd ? Can I create an app? A script ? A website ? How???

Aman Rawat says:

python 3 or 2 which is better??

Toreamus says:

so i copied character for character what you put in the command box print<"Hello World"> and hit enter but it said syntax error. is it because i have a more update version?

Dance_Vlogging 2506 says:

love programming!

The Man says:

very helpful

Robert Parham says:

The blog says this is supposed to be compatible with win/mac/nix but this is clearly only for Windows users. Noobs might not care but your crappy Windows setup is slightly annoying to the rest of us.

Onii Chan says:

can i just open the python 32 bit exe file? i cant open with cmd.

Spaarwiel says:

what exactly is the difference between interpreted en compliled programming.
Heard that before but i don't understand that.

That Hybrid Gamer says:

i did everthing and it doesnt work

under88Me says:

thank you it is very brief and helpful

Robert Woodruff says:

I'm having a hard time understanding why he set up the system variable "Python" this will not make it so that the windows command prompt recognizes "python".  Adding c:python33 to the end of the path variable will.

ceecilli says:

cmd won't recognize python at all I've checked several times , and I don't understand what's wrong

Kat says:

I meant command prompt not script

Kat says:

I did w everything you said and I searched cmd for the command script I think that's what its called and anyways I typed in python and it said about no internal or external command..the only difference was I downloaded python 2.7.6 do you think that may be the problem?

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