PyCharm is one of the most popular Python IDEs

I would not call myself an absolute beginner in Python’s world, so I decided to choose the best Python IDE. Just a side note - when you are learning the absolute basics of Python the last thing you need is to learn another set of terminology and rules for the IDE. I am absolutely agree with this statement. PyCharm is one of the most popular Python IDE and the installation of PyCharm went well, unnervingly well. JetBrains’s tool has great support and it has amazing documentation, although the sheer number of menus, toggles. leavers, choices, and dialogs is potentially very difficult to navigate and cognitively overwhelming at first glance.

  • In order to successfully run a simple "Hello world" program in PyCharm, I needed to
  • Navigate to the file menu and create a new project
  • Select the project type and interpreter that I wanted (default works like a charm)
  • Right-click on the project name in order to create a new Python file
  • Write my one liner
  • Click the Run button, and my code finally runs.

I am glad that I am not using VIM. Although the work with VIM would help better for whiteboard "testing" during an Python interview.

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